Election Campaign Resumes After Manchester Attack

MANCHESTER (UNITED KINGDOM) (AFP) – Britain’s politicians resume campaigning in earnest on Friday with national security thrust into the spotlight as police scramble to bust a Libya-linked jihadist network thought to be behind the Manchester terror attack. Prime Minister Theresa


Britain Resumes Sharing Bombing Intel With US After Leaks

MANCHESTER, England (AP) — British police say they have resumed sharing intelligence about the Manchester bombing with U.S. counterparts. Britain had halted the exchange of information after details of the Manchester investigation — including forensic crime-scene photos — appeared in


Libya Provides ‘Fertile Ground’ for Jihadist Groups

Libya descended into chaos following the U.S.-backed overthrow and execution of dictator Muammar Gaddafi in 2011, creating a vacuum for the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) and other jihadist groups to fill.

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Manchester Terror Attack Shows Need for Trump’s Executive Order

For months, the left has attacked President Donald Trump’s executive order suspending travel from several terror-prone countries. Sadly, the Manchester terror attack shows why his order was justified — even beyond its original, expansive form.

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Manchester Attacker’s Younger Brother Arrested in Libya

(REUTERS) — The younger brother of the suicide bomber who killed 22 people at a concert venue in Manchester has been arrested in Tripoli on suspicion of links with Islamic State, a spokesman for a local counter-terrorism force said on Wednesday.

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Parents Fearful to Allow Children Out as Islamist Terror Sweeps Europe

(AP) — Iris Azulai’s 17-year-old daughter, Carmel, recently attended a large concert in Tel Aviv of the Argentine singer Lali. Given Israel’s history, the fear of terrorism is always lurking, particularly at mass events, but regardless, she would not have prevented her daughter from going.

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