Criminals and terrorists around the world often have access to the knives, guns, vehicles and online tools to research and plan attacks, but these articles can help arm you with the information you need to counter or avoid these common threats.
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The bomber's willingness to die will likely draw a response from the global anarchist community.
The investigation into a recent wave of parcel bombs to Democrats and other liberals suggests that the prime suspect never intended to kill anybody, but that doesn't mean he wasn't trying to sow terror.
A series of improvised explosive devices have been mailed to individuals criticized by U.S. President Donald Trump. So far, none has detonated, but the campaign appears to be far from over.
Beijing has loudly proclaimed that its "anti-extremism" campaign involving Xinjiang's Uighurs is an internal matter. Now, however, the United States is considering whether to slap sanctions on China over the matter.
Just about everybody uses social media, but too few truly understand it. That's why those looking to protect their organizations from hackers and other assailants would do well to grasp the ins and outs of such applications.
Tajikistan appears set for a military operation in its restive eastern region -– and that could soon attract the attentions of Russia and China.
Cairo and Doha are putting aside some long-running feuds to prevent the Israeli-Palestinian turmoil from escalating into a full-blown war.