US Lifts Laptop Ban on Flights From Middle East Airports

The United States lifted its ban on airplane passengers bringing laptops aboard the cabin from a number of airports in the Middle East, after ending the restriction for the last airliner remaining on the list. Read more

Terrorists Kill Two Police officers In Jerusalem Terror Attack

Three police officers who were critically injured on Friday morning in a terror attack at the Lions Gate in Jerusalem’s Old City have died of their wounds. Read more

Hawaii Soldier Arrested For Alleged Ties To Terror Group

A U.S. Army soldier on active duty in Hawaii has been charged with providing material support to the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), the FBI said. Read more

10 Killed In Car Bomb, Shooting Attack In Egypt’s Sinai

EL-ARISH – A car bomb followed by fierce gunfire was unleashed on a military checkpoint in northeastern Sinai Peninsula on Friday, leaving 10 Egyptian security troops including a special forces colonel dead and wounding at least 20, authorities said. Read more

Lockerbie Bomber’s Family Launches Bid To Appeal Conviction

The family of the now-deceased man convicted of bombing Pan Am Flight 103, which crashed in the Scottish town of Lockerbie in 1988 and killed 270, has filed a new appeal on his behalf Tuesday, a lawyer said. Read more

How UK Police Are Turning To Israel For Help Stopping ‘Lone Wolf’ Terror Attacks

“Eight minutes would be too long, we cannot afford eight minutes” Chief Inspector Micky Rosenfeld shook his head. “Too many could be killed and injured in that time, I am afraid, we need to move and counter attacks here much faster.” Read more

Omar Khadr: Former Gitmo Prisoner Who Killed US Soldier To Get $$$ From Canadian Gov’t

The Trudeau government is poised to offer an apology and a $10-million compensation package to former child soldier Omar Khadr for abuses he suffered while detained in the U.S. military prison for captured and suspected terrorists at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Read more

When Organized Crime Connects To International Terror

In a House Foreign Affairs Committee hearing held June 14, Rep. Mike McCaul, R.,TX, asked Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to comment on the troubling issue of connections between transnational criminal organizations and terrorist networks. Read more

Man Linked To Hezbollah Faces Drug Charges In Miami

A Paraguayan man charged with conspiring to export loads of cocaine to the United States pleaded not guilty in Miami federal court on Monday. Read more

ISIS Leader In Philippines May Have Fled

The man said to be Islamic State’s leader in southeast Asia – and one of America’s most wanted terrorists – appears to have gone on the run after a five-week battle in the Philippines. Read more