North Korea can put nuclear warheads on mid-range missiles, official says
North Korea has the capability to mount a nuclear warhead on a medium-range missile that could strike targets in Russia, China, Japan and the Korean Peninsula, a South Korean official revealed for the first time Tuesday.
CSI: ISIS -- Terror group launches forensics division
Islamic State's information office in Iraq released a slick pictorial report on Saturday showcasing an advanced new tool acquired by the so-called caliphate: Fingerprinting.
The Muslim extremist group announced it had acquired microscopes and magnifying glasses and was in the process of recruiting forensics-minded foreign fighters, according to the MEMRI Jihadism and Terror Threat Monitor website.
US firebase in Iraq attacked again, two days after rocket fire killed Marine
Two days after a U.S. Marine was killed in an ISIS rocket attack at a new firebase in northern Iraq, the base came under attack again Monday, a U.S. military spokesman told reporters.
Paris terror suspect Abdeslam planned more attacks, official says
The top suspect in last year's Paris attacks told investigators after he was captured that he was planning new operations from Brussels and possibly had access to several weapons, Belgium's foreign minister said Sunday.
Salah Abdeslam had claimed that "he was ready to restart something from Brussels, and it's maybe the reality," Foreign Minister Didier Reynders said.
Kerry declares ISIS committing genocide against Christians, others
Secretary of State John Kerry declared Thursday that the Islamic State is committing genocide against Christians and other minorities in the Middle East, after facing heavy pressure from lawmakers and rights groups to make the rare designation.
Bible bonfire: ISIS video shows Christian books being destroyed, adds fuel to genocide debate
Having driven the last Christian out of Mosul, ISIS has now released a chilling video showing a bonfire consuming a huge pile of Bibles and other Christian literature.
North Korea claims it could 'burn down' Manhattan with a hydrogen bomb
Another day, another veiled threat from North Korea. Unlike most, this one was very specific.
State-run television in the People’s Republic reported on Sunday that Pyongyang’s arsenal of deadly weapons now includes a hydrogen bomb that could wipe out New York City and kill everybody who lives there.
“Our hydrogen bomb is much bigger than the one developed by the Soviet Union,” DPRK Today reported, citing nuclear scientist Cho Hyong Il.
Iran reportedly test-fires 2 long-range missiles while Biden visits Israel
Iran reportedly test-fired two ballistic missiles Wednesday with the phrase "Israel must be wiped out" written in Hebrew on them, but authorities said that the tests do not violate the nuclear deal reached in January.
The tests came as Vice President Joe Biden visited Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who was strongly opposed to the nuke deal.
North Korea again threatens to strike US, South Korea with nukes
North Korea on Monday issued its latest belligerent threat, warning of an indiscriminate "pre-emptive nuclear strike of justice" on Washington and Seoul, this time in reaction to the start of huge U.S.-South Korean military drills.
ISIS makes millions playing foreign markets with stolen cash, analysts say
The Islamic State terror group is raking in up to $20 million a month by playing foreign currency markets under the noses of unsuspecting officials – all with cash that was looted from banks, financial analysts told British lawmakers Wednesday.
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