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Terrorism

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India, Chile agree to work together to defeat terrorism NewsOnAir.com India and Chile have agreed to work together to strengthen the global response to defeat and destroy terrorism in all its forms and manifestations. President Ram Nath Kovind who was on an official visit to Chile said this after a brief Tete-a-Tete with his Chilean counterpart. President said that both countries committed themselves to further strengthen the economic partnership. India and Chile signed three MOUs for cooperation in the fields of mining, culture and Empowerment of persons with disabilities. The agreements would further enhance engagement in economic, social and cultural fields between the two countries. Chile is the sixth largest trading partner of India in the Latin American region. Read more: http://www.newsonair.com/News?title=India%2c-Chile-agree-to-work-together-to-defeat-terrorism&id=361711...

U.S. Counterterrorism’s Big Blindspot: Women

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The New Republic U.S. Counterterrorism’s Big Blindspot: Women The United States doesn't think of women as active participants in terrorist groups. It also doesn't think of women as potential counterterrorist allies. By Jamille Bigio and Rebecca Turkington When the Trump administration, in late February, decided to block Hoda Muthana’s return to the United States, many saw it as an unfair and questionably legal denial of citizenship: Muthana, who traveled to Syria in 2014 to join the Islamic State, was born in the United States and previously possessed a U.S. passport. But in the midst of the furor over the particulars of the case, the announcement also signaled a growing recognition that women in violent extremist movements are not merely naïve “jihadi brides.” It’s one of a string of incidents in recent months that suggest the U.S. may finally be ready to address a longstanding blindspot when it comes to gender...
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DW Germany: Police conduct major anti-terrorism operationPolice are investigating six terror suspects who were allegedly planning an attack. The suspects, who were arrested and later released, are accused of being affiliated with the "Islamic State" extremist group. German police conducted a series of raids throughout western Germany on Friday and Saturday as part of an anti-terrorism operation, prosecutors said on Saturday. A total of 11 male suspects were arrested as part of the operation. All have since been released after no weapons or explosives were found. What we know so far Raids were carried out on Friday and Saturday in 10 cities across the western German state of North Rhine-Westphalia and one was conducted in Ulm in Baden-Württemberg. Eleven male suspects aged between 22 and 35, mostly Tajikistan nationals, were detained as part of the operation. At least six of the suspects are being investigated on suspicion of planning a "threatening act of violence against...
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  Sydney jihadist gives an ISIS salute as he's sentenced to 18 years behind bars for plotting to kill 'five, six, seven' people in Australia a monthBy Karen Ruiz For Daily Mail Australia Omarjan Azari had planned to kill seven Australians a month for ISIS in 2014 The Australian jihadist was sentenced to 18 years at NSW Supreme Court Friday  Azari was seen giving a one-finger ISIS salute during his sentencing He was found guilty of plotting the attack on the phone with an ISIS commander A Sydney man who plotted to kill 'five to seven' Australians a month under the orders of Islamic State has been sentenced to 18 years in prison.  Omarjan Azari, 24, was seen giving a one-finger ISIS salute and shouting 'Allahu Akbar' at NSW Supreme Court during his sentencing on Friday, The Australian reported. Justice Natalie Adams sentenced him to 12 years behind bars for planning the...

US Kids Indoctrinated With Iranian Propaganda

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US Kids Indoctrinated With Iranian Propaganda Clarion Project Read more: https://clarionproject.org/us-kids-indoctrinated-with-iranian-propaganda/...