Sharing details of the terrorists
with media, the police said one of them was an electronic expert and had made several IEDs, used in various attacks.
Army units, supported by Syrian Air Force and army's artillery, thwarted terrorist
infiltration attempts on a number of military checkpoints on the axes of the academy to the southwest of Aleppo, killing many terrorists
and destroying tens of armored vehicles.
The army's operations also targeted hideouts of Jabhat al-Nusra and other terrorist
organizations in Khan al-Assal, Kafr Hamra and Zeitan, 16 km South west of Aleppo city, resulting in killing and injuring many terrorists
The literature survey focuses on those contributions that are relevant to the life cycle of terrorist
The first step in the war on terror is the choice not to make more terrorists
As the terrorist
attacks on September 11 unfolded, a Texas state trooper pulled over a rental van and found an enormous load of infant formula inside.
After September the 11th, I vowed to the American people that our government would do everything within the law to protect them against another terrorist
The Coast Guard is studying passenger ferries to learn how terrorists
might threaten them, the New York Times reports.
Those people want to kill us," declared one campaign ad, while images of terrorists
and their victims flashed on the screen.
This must be emphasized, because as soon as you suggest that it is important, to consider something other than violent retaliation, you are accused of sympathizing with the terrorists
The Russian government has offered a $10 million reward for the capture of Chechen terrorist
chief Shamil Basayev.
The researchers estimate that terrorist
violence caused 28 extra traffic deaths during the study period.
Beginning with the terrorists
' forays into the diamond fields of Liberia and Sierra Leone, and how money is exchanged for diamonds in order to escape the conventional banking system, readers are subsequently apprised of other avenues of creative terrorist
The proposed Designation of Foreign Terrorist
Organizations and Reform Act would allow the government to bypass what supporters call a cumbersome and time-consuming bureaucratic process of formally redesignating known terrorist
groups every two years.
The highly choreographed September 2002 bust of Lackawanna, New York's, supposed terrorist
cell has finally culminated with a similarly choreographed string of sentencing hearings--and Lackawanna's most notorious citizens are off to prison.