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and GCHQ. And more than doubling our global network of counterterrorism experts working with priority countries across Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia. In terms of security in Westminster, we should be.
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counterterrorism experts working with priority countries across Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia. In terms of security here in Westminster, we should be clear that an attacker attempted to break into Parliament and was shot dead within 20 yards of the gates. If his intention was to gain access to this.
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man who one way and another has been closely involved with the whole business of turmoil in the Middle East, one could call it. -- with me is so William
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Ninth Circuit A week after U.S. District Judge Derrick Watson issued the stay in Hawaii, the administration has yet to appeal it. The Hawaii appeal would have to be made to the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, which upheld a stay on the first travel order. Rather than pursue that case in the appeals court, Trump signed the second travel order March 6. The second order barred the issuance of new visas for 90 days to people from six countries: Somalia, Iran, Syria, Sudan, Libya and Yemen. Iraq, which had been on the list in the first travel order, was omitted because it agreed to stricter vetting. Like the first travel order, the second one barred refugee admissions for 120 days, but it did not ban Syrian refugees indefinitely, as the first one did. Critics of the first travel order, who said it amounted to a Muslim ban, were not appeased by the new version.
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While President Donald Trump’s second executive order restricting travel is still on court-ordered hold, it continues to work its way through multiple courts. A ruling is expected in a Virginia court after hearings were held Tuesday. And in Hawaii, where a district court issued a temporary restraining order hours before the executive order was to take effect March 15, the state is asking for a more permanent hold. A preliminary injunction would halt implementation of the order while the court reviews its constitutionality. The court has given government lawyers until Friday to respond to the request. Fourth Circuit Rather than appeal the Hawaii decision, the Department of Justice requested that an appeals court review a second stay on the travel order issued by a Maryland court. But the DOJ did not request immediate relief, so the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals is taking an unhurried approach to its review.
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Ten members of the Egyptian security forces were killed in a blast during a counterterrorism raid in Sinai, an armed forces spokesman said Friday.
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With Europe becoming increasingly multicultural, the proportion of Muslims is steadily rising, fueled by incessant waves of migration from the Middle East and North Africa. A Danish journalist has toyed with the idea of Denmark getting a Muslim Prime Minister, which, according to him, only was a "matter of the near future."
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CBS News notes that IS is known to position its fighters and supplies near to and even in the same buildings as civilians. Yesterday's air strike comes less than a week after international observers reported that a US strike on a mosque complex in the north-west of the country left at least 52 people dead, which is disputed by the US. "The two air strikes have raised concerns about whether the US military has become less careful, or less selective, in its targeting," writes the New York Times . "President Donald Trump repeatedly said during his campaign that he would loosen restrictions intended to protect civilians during attacks against the Islamic State," the newspaper adds. The northern city of Raqqa is the terrorist group's last major urban stronghold in Syria and its de facto capital. Middle East ISIS Syria
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Germany, Spain and Switzerland have confirmed they will not introduce a ban on large electronics from cabins on flights from six terror hotspots in the Middle East and North Africa.
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carrying out the attack -- the phrase lone wolf. They would have been radicalised by someone or something, often over the internets from Syria or from stuff they have read or seen, often from peer groups, in some cases even having travelled to the Middle East. So they are working on the basis that this is an.
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Russia’s center for Syrian reconciliation has delivered several tonnes of humanitarian aid to over 3,000 Syrians in the past 24 hours.
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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was at the center of a major strategy conference of 68 members of the international coalition to defeat the Islamic State. Tillerson made clear the coalition's fight against IS would be a top priority under the Trump administration, but asked other countries to contribute more to stabilization efforts once IS fighters have been expelled from Iraq and Syria. VOA's Cindy Saine reports from the State Department.
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A U.S. lawyer for the family of a former FBI agent who went missing in Iran 10 years ago says the family is suing Tehran for damages based in part on leaked information from Iranian sources. “Iran, like the United States, leaks information,” said attorney David McGee in an interview with VOA Persian’s LateNews program Wednesday. McGee represents the Florida-based family of the missing American, Robert Levinson. “There are people who are in a position to know and who have talked, who have identified Bob as being in Iranian custody during this period of time.” McGee did not identify the Iranian sources of that information. Levinson’s wife and seven children filed the lawsuit in the U.S. District Court of the District of Columbia on Tuesday. The legal action seeks unspecified damages for injuries suffered by family members who accuse Iran of “unlawful acts of hostage taking, torture and other torts.
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becomes very light patchy towards the south-east, something a bit brighter follows along behind. Northern England looks dry, a shower to over higher ground and a fair bit Clow, southern Scotland Northern Ireland and look at a rain to go with that. In northern Scotland, after a cold start, it stays chill through the middle part of morning and we will see a.