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Sultanate condemns Istanbul airport attack
Oman Observer

Sultanate condemns Istanbul airport attack

MUSCAT/ISTANBUL: A Foreign Ministry spokesperson expressed Oman's condemnation of terrorist attack on Ataturk Airport in Istanbul, Turkey, which killed a number of people and resulted in injuries for many. The official said while the Sultanate ... Oman Observer, 15 hours ago

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Explaining the Istanbul bombing: Turkey's six foreign policy sins

You don't have to be an avid follower of international news to have heard about the terror attack at Istanbul's Ataturk airport Turkey's biggest and Europe's third largest hub for air travel. Most likely carried out by ISIS, the attack killed 42 ...
 Houston Chronicle2 hours ago The Bombing Incident at Ataturk International Airport in Istanbul, Turkey (Statement by Foreign Press Secretary Yasuhisa Kawamura)  Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan1 day ago
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Pakistan Puts Onus on India Again, Demands More Evidence on 26/11

Islamabad: Pakistan on Thursday demanded more evidence from India on 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks. Foreign Office Spokesman Nafees Zakaria said their foreign secretary has written to India's foreign secretary to provide more evidence so that Mumbai ...
 News18.com7 minutes ago India creating instability through 'subversive activities', says Pakistan  Asian Age3 weeks ago Pak demands 'additional evidences' from India on 26/11  Yahoo! India28 minutes ago Pakistan Says It Has Asked India To Provide More Evidence In 26/11 Trial  NDTV1 hour ago

'Not enough' to show solidarity after terror attacks, Turkey foreign minister says

ANKARA (Reuters) - It is "not enough" to show solidarity in response to terrorist attacks, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said on Thursday, in the wake of a suicide bomb attack on Istanbul's main airport this week that killed 42 people. ...
 Yahoo! News2 hours ago Not enough to show solidarity after terror attacks, Turkey foreign minister says  Reuters UK1 hour ago
Business Insider UK

US hasn't been able to curb IS global reach: CIA director

CIA has not been able to uncover any direct link between the Orlando shooter and a foreign terrorist organisation. He said the US-led coalition has killed IS leaders, forced the group to surrender large swaths of territory in Iraq and Syria and that fewer ...
 Zee News1 week ago CIA director: We are not immune to terrorist violence  PBS13 hours ago No Direct Link Between Orlando Shooter, Foreign Terrorists - CIA Director  Sputnik1 week ago CIA chief: No 'direct link' found between Orlando shooter, foreign terrorist group  Jerusalem Post1 week ago
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Could screening the social media of US visitors help prevent terror attacks?

The Department of Homeland Security has proposed asking foreign visitors to disclose their social media information. Travelers stand in line to go through Transportation Security Administration (TSA) check-points at Los Angeles International Airport ...
 Christian Science Monitor17 hours ago U.S. border officials push to monitor social media accounts of foreign visitors  Fox News Latino14 hours ago The U.S. May Soon Ask Foreign Visitors for Their Social Media Accounts  Fortune1 day ago The US is considering asking foreign visitors to hand over their social media information  Quartz2 days ago

Daesh Terror Efforts Outside Syria, Iraq Still Have Momentum

WASHINGTON (Sputnik)— Daesh foreign terrorism efforts continue tohave a lot ofmomentum outsideIraq and Syria, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Director John Brennan said ina speech onWednesday. "I am still very concerned that the ISIL ...
 Sputnik16 hours ago

12- Foreign Ministry follows up on conditions of Jordanians in Turkey

Petra King visits Civil Status and Passports Department Petra King calls Turkish President, condemns terrorist attack in Istanbul Petra Minister updates U.S delegates on Red Sea-Dead Sea Water Conveyance project Petra King condoles Turkish President ...
 Jordan News Agency19 hours ago Foreign Ministry follows up on conditions of Jordanians in Turkey  Jordan News Agency21 hours ago 12/ Foreign Ministry follows up on conditions of Jordanians in Turkey  Federation of Arab News Agencies18 hours ago • Foreign Ministry follows up on conditions of Jordanians in Turkey  Jordan News Agency20 hours ago

U.S. may screen foreign travelers' Facebook, Twitter accounts

SAN FRANCISCO — The government's next plan to curb terrorism involves snooping around the Facebook profiles of foreign travelers. Non-citizens traveling to the U.S. on a visa waiver could be asked about their online presence and social media ...
 USA Today1 day ago Watch what you say on Facebook and Twitter or you might not be able to enter the US...  Uncova2 hours ago US may screen foreign travelers' Facebook, Twitter accounts  Federal Times19 hours ago

Bahrain condemns Ataturk international airport terrorist bombings

Manama, June 28 (BNA): The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of Bahrain strongly condemns the terrorist bombings that targeted Ataturk international airport in Istanbul that killed and wounded scores of people, expressing its deep ...
 Bahrain News Agency1 day ago
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