Monday, May 23, 2016

Microsoft 'terrorist content' policy: What's restricted and what's not - CSMonitor.com

Microsoft 'terrorist content' policy: What's restricted and what's not - CSMonitor.com: In the wake of homegrown terrorist attacks in Paris, San Bernardino, and Brussels, Microsoft outlined new policies Friday to stymie “terrorist content” on its consumer services.

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Showdown: World’s two largest terrorist groups about to do battle in Syria

Showdown: World’s two largest terrorist groups about to do battle in Syria: Eyeing a former ally that has now become a rival for world-wide attention, Al Qaeda is reportedly headed to Syria to take on ISIS for supremacy in the region, reports Business Insider.

According to Ali Soufan, the CEO of strategic-security firm The Soufan Group, the brutal activities of ISIS — also known as ISIL — have led the Muslim world to view Al Qaeda more favorably.

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Boko Haram terrorist kills colleague ▷ NAIJ.COM

Boko Haram terrorist kills colleague ▷ NAIJ.COM: Boko Haram terrorist reportedly kills colleague who was about running away from Nigerian troops

– Troops say his replacement also went blind while manufacturing an explosive

The Nigerian army is reporting that a Boko Haram member has reportedly killed their chief bomb maker as well as a high ranking terrorist.

In a press statement signed by Colonel Sani Kukasheka Usman and made available to NAIJ.com on Monday afternoon, it was gathered that the pair were shot dead on Monday, May 22.

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Pete King: EgyptAir Crash 'Most Likely' is Terrorism

Pete King: EgyptAir Crash 'Most Likely' is Terrorism: It's still early to say what brought down the Egyptair jet overnight, but "if you had to come down on the side of the scale, it would be terrorism," and this is a "real issue" with regard to the potential of an insider threat at U.S. airports, Rep. Pete King said Thursday.

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Terrorism Today: The New Normal, Including The Egypt Air Flight 804 Disappearance

Terrorism Today: The New Normal, Including The Egypt Air Flight 804 Disappearance: We have to wonder how many attacks have been thwarted that we haven’t heard about, but the latest episode in this never-ending battle between good and the evil that is terrorism today is the disappearance and assumed terrorist attack that resulted in the crash of Egypt Air Flight MS804, bound for Cairo from Paris early this morning.

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Donald Trump speculates EgyptAir plane disappearance is terrorism as authorities investigate

Donald Trump speculates EgyptAir plane disappearance is terrorism as authorities investigate: Hours after an EgyptAir flight disappeared from radar, Donald Trump speculated on Thursday that terrorism was behind the plane going missing over the Mediterranean.

“Looks like yet another terrorist attack,” the presumptive Republican presidential nominee wrote on Twitter.

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Fed Fears, Terrorism Talk Give Wall Street the Shakes - TheStreet

Fed Fears, Terrorism Talk Give Wall Street the Shakes - TheStreet: The chances of a June rate hike and suspicions that terrorism was linked to a plane crash over the Mediterranean Sea kept investors fearful on Thursday.

The S&P 500 lost all year-to-date gains as the benchmark index whipped from modest to steep losses. The S&P 500 fell 0.37%, the Dow Jones Industrial Average slipped 0.5%, and the Nasdaq slid 0.56%.

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Terrorism possible but no solid leads in downed EgyptAir flight - CBS News

Terrorism possible but no solid leads in downed EgyptAir flight - CBS News: Despite multiple layers of security at airports, terror groups in North Africa and the Middle East are obsessed with targeting planes.

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Donald Trump's New Attack Ad Features Bill Clinton Accuser Juanita Broaddrick - Hollywood Reporter

Donald Trump's New Attack Ad Features Bill Clinton Accuser Juanita Broaddrick - Hollywood Reporter: The black and white spot runs for about 20 seconds and includes quotes from a 1999 interview on 'Dateline.'

On Monday, Donald Trump released over social media his newest attack ad against Hillary Clinton which focuses on her husband, former President Bill Clinton.

Along with the ad, the presumptive GOP presidential candidate asks: "Is Hillary really protecting women?"

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Fargo, N.D. Video released – incident revisited – lesson learned – WideBlueLine

Fargo, N.D. Video released – incident revisited – lesson learned – WideBlueLine: It is far more than social media attacking an officer for shooting a man with a bb gun, it was the intent of the man who held it.
Fargo, ND – In the early hours of Sept. 28, a man in a parking lot was pointing a BB gun at a Fargo police officer. Yelling at the top of his lungs, the officer repeatedly ordered the man to drop the weapon, to no avail.
This tense situation is depicted in a video released to The Forum this week as a result of a public records request made last month.

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Texas Police Say Criminals Often Using Imitation Weapons - ABC News

Texas Police Say Criminals Often Using Imitation Weapons - ABC News: Police in Texas say more crimes are being committed with imitation weapons like BB guns, likely because they're cheap, easy to obtain and criminals may believe — mistakenly — that if they're caught, they'll avoid the severe punishment that can come with illegally possessing a real one.

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5-year-old US student suspended for bringing bubble gun to school - Daily Sabah

5-year-old US student suspended for bringing bubble gun to school - Daily Sabah: An elementary school administration in the United States suspended a 5-year-old kindergarten student on May 16 after she brought a 'princess-themed' clear, plastic bubble gun to school.

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How Facebook can influence the news, not just share it - The Washington Post

How Facebook can influence the news, not just share it - The Washington Post: The big media-technology story of the moment is about the news in Facebook’s “trending” box. But what about the news stories that are influenced by what’s in that box or in the other places where Facebook tells journalists what people care about?

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Iran Continues to Complain About U.S. Side of Nuclear Deal - Breitbart

Iran Continues to Complain About U.S. Side of Nuclear Deal - Breitbart: The Iran nuclear deal has been in effect for nearly six months now. Amid an internal power struggle, Iran’s hardliners are seeking both to undermine international business dealings between the country’s so-called moderates and are urging President Hassan Rouhani to scrap the historic agreement altogether.

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Freddie Gray Arresting Officer Nero Found Not Guilty On All Charges « CBS Baltimore

Freddie Gray Arresting Officer Nero Found Not Guilty On All Charges « CBS Baltimore: Freddie Gray arresting officer Edward Nero was found not guilty on all counts by Baltimore City Circuit Court Judge Barry Williams Monday morning.

Nero faced second-degree assault, reckless endangerment and two counts of misconduct in office.

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ISIS commanders are fed alive to DOGS for failing their duties in new executions | Daily Mail Online

ISIS commanders are fed alive to DOGS for failing their duties in new executions | Daily Mail Online: ISIS commanders are being tied to trees while dogs maul them to death
The punishment is handed out if commanders fail to complete duties
It was revealed by a Pestmerga commander fighting ISIS in northern Iraq
ISIS have lost ground in recent months in their strongholds of Syrian and Iraq

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British Muslims who ‘wanted to raise their children under ISIS' regime’ to be jailed today | UK | News | Daily Express

British Muslims who ‘wanted to raise their children under ISIS' regime’ to be jailed today | UK | News | Daily Express: Muslim convert Lorna Moore, 34, was accused of planning to take her three young children to the war-ravaged country - including an 11-month-old baby.

And around the same time, a number of pregnant women from the same community were poised to give birth in the Caliphate.

Moore, from Walsall, West Midlands, was found guilty of failing to tell authorities her husband Sajid Aslam, 34, was about to leave for Syria.

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Fears ISIS ‘want to carry out door-to-door massacre in UK countryside sparks new rural anti-terror plan' - Mirror Online

Fears ISIS ‘want to carry out door-to-door massacre in UK countryside sparks new rural anti-terror plan' - Mirror Online: Fears ISIS wants to carry out a 'door-to-door massacre' in the British countryside has led to plans for a new rural anti-terror base, it has been claimed.

Authorities are concerned jihadis could commit a mass shooting in a rural area with gunmen slaughtering villages instead of previous, more urban targets, security experts say.

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ISIS 'will target' the Rio Olympics 2016 says Brazil’s anti-terror chief | Daily Mail Online

ISIS 'will target' the Rio Olympics 2016 says Brazil’s anti-terror chief | Daily Mail Online: Luiz Alberto Sallaberry says there is a threat ISIS will target Rio Olympics
Confirmed Brazil has taken measures to avert any potential terror attack
Also said there is a rise in Brazilian nationals sympathising with ISIS
Olympic Games will begin on August 5, deploying 85,000 security staff

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ISIS seeks to destroy Israel, 'liberate' Jerusalem with Sinai Peninsula terrorist force - Washington Times

ISIS seeks to destroy Israel, 'liberate' Jerusalem with Sinai Peninsula terrorist force - Washington Times: With a media blitz, the Islamic State has set its sights on Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula as the next shot at expanding its empire and establishing a base from which to attack neighboring Israel.

The terrorist group’s propaganda units have gone into high gear for recruitment this month to build a force in Sinai large enough to one day conquer Jerusalem — the same way its fighters took over large parts of Syria and Iraq.

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Iraqi Leader Announces Offensive on ISIS-Controlled City of Falluja - The New York Times

Iraqi Leader Announces Offensive on ISIS-Controlled City of Falluja - The New York Times: Iraqi forces have begun an assault on Falluja, a city that has been held by the Islamic State longer than any other in Iraq or Syria, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said in a televised speech on Monday.

“Today, we will tear down the black flags of the strangers who have kidnapped this city,” Mr. Abadi said, referring to the flags of the Islamic State that have been flying in Falluja for more than two years, in a speech just after midnight, alongside military commanders.

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Attorney for Illegal Alien in Prom-Night Drunk Driving Murder Case Blames Police

Attorney for Illegal Alien in Prom-Night Drunk Driving Murder Case Blames Police: The attorney for an previously deported illegal alien who allegedly killed a teenage girl and critically injured her date while he was fleeing from police blames police for the death of the teen. She also says his immigration status is of no consequence in this case.

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