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An American avionics technician was arrested on Friday as part of an FBI sting after he drove a vehicle loaded with what he thought were explosives to a Wichita airport.

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69-year-old was a successful anti-mafia lawyer before entering politics

Revealed: Guantanamo suspects were 'turned' into double agents at secret facility

CIA paid millions of dollars to small band of inmates who were recruited to spy on al-Qa’ida leaders

Students apologise for entering Halloween costume competition dressed as New York's burning Twin Towers

19-year-olds from University of Chester say they wanted to ‘depict a serious, modern-day horror’ and didn’t mean it as a joke

Mother fined for three-year-old's 'Jihad...I am a bomb' T-shirt

A woman who sent her three-year-old son - called Jihad - to school in a T-shirt marked “Jihad, Born September 11, I am a bomb” was fined and given a suspended jail sentence by a French court on Friday.

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Washington Navy Yard shooting: Should authorities have paid closer attention to Aaron Alexis following two previous ‘gun rage’ investigations?

Mass shooting will inevitably spark fresh debate over increased gun legislation

(From left) Ricky Muir, Australian Motoring Enthusiast Party; David Leyonhjelm, Liberal Democratic Party; Wayne Dropulich, Australian Sports Party

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Arcane electoral system leads to minority special interests parties holding the balance of power

The outspoken politician George Galloway will turn his hand to film making following an announcement that he intends to produce a feature-length documentary entitled The Killing of Tony Blair.

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The film project is, Galloway hopes, the first step in a campaign to get Blair tried for war crimes in an international court

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Major who shot dead 13 people at US Army base in Texas will represent himself at court martial

Jordanian terror suspect Abu Qatada on his release from prison

Abu Qatada deportation: Cleric expected to be flown to Jordan overnight on military plane

Home Office prepares to fly radical preacher out of the country on military flight

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X-Men and Thor writer laments 'depressing' prevalence of mass destruction in Hollywood films

A top Hollywood screenwriter has criticised the "depressing" scenes of large-scale urban destruction that are becoming increasingly prevalent in blockbuster films.

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A million people started smoking again in the wake of 9/11, a new study has revealed

Scientist is advocating free nicotine replacement therapies after estimated 1.3 million former smokers picked the habit back up after the terrorist attack in 2001

Cairo's Nasr City court sentenced Ahmed Abdullah and his son was given a suspended sentence of eight years over the same incident, the Middle East News Agency reported

Egyptian Muslim cleric receives suspended sentence for burning Bible

A hard-line Muslim cleric received an 11-year suspended sentence today for tearing up and burning a Bible, Egypt's official news agency said.

Kabul airport attack: Two Afghan civilians and seven Taliban killed as heavily-armed insurgents launch pre-dawn raid on Nato airport HQ

At least seven attackers using rocket-propelled grenades, assault rifles and at least one large bomb were killed

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