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Russia, St. Petersburg : 2908086 08/09/2016 Russian President Vladimir Putin (left) meeting with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan at the Constantine palace in St. Petersburg, August 9, 2016. Aleksey Nikolskyi/Sputnik

Kremlin Teases Putin Trip to Turkey in October

A Kremlin spokesman said Wednesday that Russian President Vladimir Putin is finalizing plans to visit Turkey in October, a nation with whom relations have been tense following repeated violations of Turkish airspace that resulted in the downing of a Russian jet over Turkey.

COLOMBIA, - : TO GO WITH AFP STORY by Hector Velasco Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) guerrillas listen during a "class" on the peace process between the Colombian government and their force, at a camp in the Colombian mountains on February 18, 2016. They still wear green combat fatigues and carry rifles and machetes, but now FARC rebel troops are sitting down in the jungle to receive "classes" on how life will be when they lay down their arms, if their leaders sign a peace deal in March as hoped. AFP PHOTO / LUIS ACOSTA

Venezuela Fears Flood of FARC Terrorists Rejected in Colombia

Members of the Venezuelan anti-socialist opposition are warning that the peace deal with the Marxist terror group FARC in neighboring Colombia could result in a flood of absolved terrorists looking to rebuild their operation in Venezuela, a nation already bludgeoned by the world’s highest inflation rate and a severe food shortage.

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John Kerry Mulls Removing Marxist FARC Group from Terrorist Organization List

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry told Colombian media Monday that the Obama administration is ready to consider removing the FARC, the world’s wealthiest non-jihadist terror group, from the State Department’s list of terrorist organizations, allowing American banks and businesses to deal with the Marxist narco-terror organization.

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John Kerry Meets Venezuela’s Nicolás Maduro: ‘We Are Very, Very Concerned’

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry met the head of state of socialist Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, during Monday’s ceremony to celebrate an amnesty deal between the government of Colombia and the terrorist group FARC. During the meeting, Kerry expressed extreme concern with Maduro’s mismanagement of the country, offering to “work constructively” with Venezuela.

FARC rebel leader Rodrigo Londono (R), better known by the nom de guerre Timochenko, speaks to a man during a news conference after his meeting with Colombia's President Juan Manuel Santos and Cuba's President Raul Castro in Havana September 23, 2015. REUTERS/Stringer

FARC Terrorists Come Home to Colombia as Heroes: ‘Peace Begins Monday’

The head of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), the terrorist known as “Timochenko,” has returned from Cuba to sign an accord with Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos that will grant most of the members of the world’s wealthiest non-jihadist terror organization impunity in exchange for community service.


Exclusive: Breitbart/Gravis Poll: Hispanics Most Likely to Say U.S. Has No Obligation to Take in Refugees

A Breitbart/Gravis national security poll conducted on September 20, 2016 found Hispanic Americans significantly more likely to agree that officials and media should openly refer to radical Islamic terrorism and more likely than any other ethnic group, including White non-Hispanic Americans, to say the U.S. has no obligation to take in refugees from terror-linked countries.

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NYPD Counterterrorism Chief: ‘Not Realistic’ to Catch All Terrorists like Rahami

NYPD Deputy Commissioner for Intelligence and Counterterrorism John Miller said Wednesday he did not believe it was possible for authorities to have caught terrorist Ahmad Khan Rahami, despite his father reporting him to the FBI in 2014, because insufficient evidence existed against him. He added that it is “not realistic” for the FBI to monitor such cases for extensive periods of time.

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Report: Jersey Jihadi Ahmed Rahami’s Wife Back in New York

Aziza Bibi Rahami, wife of Ahmed Khan Rahami, has returned to the United States with an escort after she traveled to her native Pakistan days before authorities believe her husband planted explosives in three different locations in the New York/New Jersey area, injuring 31 people.

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Revealed: Images of NYC Bomber Rahami’s Jihad Notebook

Breitbart News has obtained images of the notebook found on Ahmed Khan Rahami’s person following his arrest in Linden, New Jersey Monday morning. Rahami has been charged with planting several explosives across New York and New Jersey, injuring 31 and causing millions of dollars in damage.