global terrorism

Islamic State Takes Responsibility for Attack in Saudi Arabia

AMMAN, Jordan – Islamic State militants on Sunday claimed responsibility for two bombings at a police station near the capital of Saudi Arabia, the Amaq news agency reported. “Three police cars caught fire following the attack, but it remains unknown whether any policemen have been hurt,” the pro-IS agency said.

A Pakistani pro-Taliban militant carries rocket propelled granade launcher (RPG) as he stands inside the shrine in Lakaro village in the lawless Mohmand tribal district bordering Afghanistan, some 60 kilometers (37 miles) northwest of Peshawar, 30 July 2007.

4 Texas Tech Students Safe After Brussels Attacks, Belgium ‘Study Abroad’ Program Halted

Four Texas Tech University students were found safe in the Belgian capital of Brussels following Tuesday’s explosions in the city’s airport and metro station. The Islamic State claimed credit for the terror attacks, which killed at least 30 people and wounded 230 others. In response to this crisis, the university decided to halt their study abroad program in Belgium.