terrorism

terrorism

ISIS Is Using Internet Propaganda to Maintain a 'Virtual Caliphate', UN Report Says

The report, which argues the internet still gives the terror group global reach, urges nations to spy on the dark web.
Ben Makuch
8.7.19
extremism

FBI Says QAnon, Internet Conspiracy Theorists Are National Security Threats

QAnon and Pizzagate have the attention of the feds.
Ben Makuch
8.2.19
News

Months After a Terrorist Attack, New Zealand Begins to Hand Over Its Guns

More than 900 gun owners have registered to hand over their firearms.
Meera Navlakha
7.17.19
extremism

The FBI Somehow Lost Its Files About White Supremacist Forum Stormfront

The feds can’t find some of its own investigative records about the hateful neo-Nazi haven.
Ben Makuch
7.4.19
News

Canada Adds Far-Right Groups to Terror Watch List for First Time

Those include Blood and Honour and Combat 18, which both have roots in the UK.
Mack Lamoureux
6.27.19
tech-social-media

Twitch Sues to Identify Users Who Uploaded Christchurch Video and Porn to Its Platform

Users posted the violating material to the section of Twitch for Valve-developed game 'Artifact' at the end of May.
Joseph Cox
6.18.19
ISIS

Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi Is Back - Minus the Bling and Bluster

What the ISIS leader's first video in five years really tells us.
Simon Cottee
5.1.19
ISIS

The 'ISIS Matchmaker' Wants to Return to the UK

Tooba Gondal, a notorious British female ISIS recruiter and propagandist, is alive in a camp in Syria – and wants to return to Britain with her two young children.
Simon Cottee
4.4.19
Australia Today

The Christchurch Shooter has Been Charged with 50 Counts of Murder

The man responsible for the shooting deaths of 50 Muslim worshippers last month was initially charged with just one murder. Today, New Zealand police announced more than 50 additional charges.
Gavin Butler
4.4.19
Singapore

I Was On A Plane And The Pilot Announced There Was A Bomb on It

“Mum, are we going to be ok? Are we going to reach Changi?"
Vijay Singh
4.3.19
terrorism

How Sweden Deals With Returning ISIS Fighters

As Sweden struggles to implement laws to deal with returning ISIS fighters, a combat medic explains why he feels safer on the frontline than back in his own country.
Jonas Grönvik
3.26.19
security

Understanding the 'New IRA', Who Sent Explosives Around the UK

The dissident group recently took responsibility for the four packages found around the country, and another – as-yet un-located – parcel.
Paulie Doyle
3.22.19
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