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Danziger on civilian deaths in Mosul bombing

Danziger: It’s Not Terrorism, Just Collateral Damage

Jeff Danziger’s award-winning drawings are published by more than 600 newspapers and websites. He has been a cartoonist for the Rutland Herald, the New York Daily News and the Christian Science Monitor; his work has appeared in newspapers from the Wall Street Journal to Le Monde and Izvestia. Represented by the Washington Post Writers Group, he is a […]

April 1, 2017
Injured people are seen at the scene of explosions at Zaventem airport near Brussels

Attacks On Brussels Airport, Metro Kill 34: Public Broadcaster

British Sky News television’s Alex Rossi, at the airport, said he heard two “very, very loud explosions”.

March 22, 2016

Bomb In Thai Capital Kills 16, Wounds 81 In Bid ‘To Destroy Economy’

“The perpetrators intended to destroy the economy and tourism, because the incident occurred in the heart of the tourism district.”

August 17, 2015
Boston Marathon, Bombing, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, Family, Trial, Court, Russia, Chechen, Terrorism, Prison

Boston Defense Focuses On Tsarnaev’s Troubled Family

The troubled Tsarnaev family is the focus of the defense during the Boston Bombing trial.

May 5, 2015

FBI Created Phony Seattle Times Story To Find Bomb-Threat Suspect

The Seattle Times feels that their reputation as a government watchdog was jeopardized by the FBI’s attempts to identify a bomb-threat suspect.

October 28, 2014

Boko Haram Blamed As 13 Die In Nigeria College Shooting, Blast

The Islamist insurgent group Boko Haram is suspected of being involved in the gun battle and explosion at Nigeria College earlier today.

September 17, 2014

Militants Quickly Adjust Tactics To Blunt Airstrikes

Islamic State militants are making it even harder for the United States to find them.

September 17, 2014

U.N. Shelter In Gaza Shelled, Killing At Least 15; Cease-Fire Elusive

By Alexandra Zavis and Batsheva Sobelman, Los Angeles Times GAZA CITY — With a cease-fire accord remaining elusive despite intense diplomatic efforts, a U.N. shelter in northern Gaza was shelled on Thursday, causing “multiple deaths and injuries,” according to a spokesman for the U.N. refugee agency. At least 15 people were killed and scores hurt […]

July 24, 2014

Boko Haram Suspected After Nigeria Football Screening Venue Blast

Kano (Nigeria) (AFP) – Boko Haram militants were on Wednesday suspected of carrying out a deadly bomb attack against football fans watching the World Cup in northern Nigeria, in the latest violence targeting the game. There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the blast in the Nayi-Nama area of Damaturu on Tuesday night but […]

June 18, 2014

Dozens Killed In Central Nigeria Market Bombing

By Akanbi Thani and Kristin Palitza KANO, Nigeria — Dozens of people were killed in a twin bombing at a crowded market in the Plateau state capital Jos in central Nigeria, witnesses said Tuesday. Scores of torched bodies were being evacuated from the scene of the blasts, witnesses told the German news agency dpa. “Two […]

May 20, 2014

Judge: Three Friends Of Boston Bombing Suspect To Be Tried Separately

By Michael Muskal, Los Angeles Times Three friends of accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev will be tried separately, a federal judge ruled on Tuesday, while rejecting a defense bid to move the proceedings out of Massachusetts. U.S. District Judge Douglas P. Woodlock in Boston ruled on a variety of motions filed on behalf of Azamat […]

May 13, 2014

Chinese Police ID Uighur Man As Suspect In Urumqi Bombing

By Barbara Demick, Los Angeles Times BEIJING — Chinese police have identified a 39-year-old Uighur man they suspect to be one of the first Chinese suicide bombers and have put out a nationwide alert to identify a second man killed in an attack last week at a train station in Urumqi. The attack took place on […]

May 5, 2014

At Least 13 Killed In A Suicide Attack In Afghanistan

By Subel Bhandari and Najeebullah Hazem KABUL, Afghanistan — At least 13 people, among them the two perpetrators, were killed and scores of others were injured Thursday in a Taliban suicide attack in Afghanistan’s relatively peaceful province of Panjsher. “A suicide attack occurred at the entrance gate of Panjsher province. 11 people were killed, including […]

May 1, 2014

Israel Bombs Syria Army Targets After Golan Attack

Jerusalem (AFP) – Israel launched air raids against Syrian army positions early Wednesday and issued a stark warning to Damascus just hours after a bomb on the occupied Golan wounded four Israeli soldiers. The Syrian army said the air strikes killed one soldier and wounded seven, cautioning that the assault endangered “the security and stability […]

March 19, 2014

USS Cole Hearing Halted At Guantanamo

By Carol Rosenberg, The Miami Herald GUANTANAMO BAY NAVY BASE, Cuba — An Army judge abruptly recessed the first military commission session of the year Monday because the alleged architect of al-Qaida’s 2000 USS Cole bombing may want to fire his lawyer. One-time waterboarded Saudi prisoner Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri, 49, is scheduled to face trial […]

February 17, 2014

One Killed In Fourth Cairo Bombing: Police

Cairo (AFP) – One person has been killed in the fourth bombing in the Egyptian capital on Friday, this time near a cinema, a police official said. The police general told AFP the blast was caused by a “rudimentary bomb,” hours after three separate bombings killed five people. This post will be updated.  AFP Photo/Ahmed […]

January 24, 2014

Libyan Man Files Lawsuit Against NATO For 13 Civilian Deaths

Civilian deaths are a far-too-common occurrence in wars, but the victims’ families rarely receive justice. Khalid el Hamidi, a retired Libyan general and member of the government’s Revolutionary Council, has filed a civil lawsuit against NATO for killing 13 civilians. Two NATO bombs destroyed his home in Surman on June 20 at 2:30 a.m., resulting […]

July 28, 2011