‘He who lives by the sword dies by the sword’: this applies to terrorists too (and civilians in the wrong place at the wrong time).
When terrorists turn to crime it may be to the benefit of law enforcement and security intelligence agencies by making prosecutions easier
On this day in 1984 a hooded gunman assassinated a Socialist candidate for the regional parliament, three days before the hotly contested Basque elections
Terrorism is really hard to defeat. Governments often announce ‘victory’ over terrorist entities to sound positive, but these pronouncements are usually hollow.
On this day in 2009 a bomb inside a van exploded in northeastern Madrid, after a warning call by ETA
On this day in 1977 neo-fascists gunned down five labour lawyers near Atocha station in Madrid, and wounded four others.
On this day in 2000 six explosions in central Manila killed 22 and wounded 100 in an attack eventually blamed on Jemaah Islamiya.
The Christmas Day bombing in Nashville has led to many, many questions and very few answers on what happened and why.
It is ironic when a terrorist group is itself hit by a terrorist attack. PARIS, FRANCE — Like a lot of people I enjoy a really well written (or dramatised) whodunit. The twists and turns of the plot, the false leads, the paths that lead nowhere and, of course, the ultimate discovery of the real […]
On this day in 2004, ten bombs placed on four trains detonated during the morning commute in Madrid, killing 191 and leaving and more than 1,600 wounded.