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Today in Terrorism: November 22, 2009 – ‘Bicycle bombs’ in Northeastern India

On this day in 2009, seven people were killed and over 20 wounded when two bicycles kitted with explosives detonated in the Indian state of Assam.

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Today in Terrorism: November 21, 2012 – Tel Aviv bus bombing

The 2012 Tel Aviv bus bombing was a mass-injury terror attack carried out on a crowded passenger bus driving in the center of Tel Aviv’s business district.

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Today in Terrorism: November 20, 1979 – Siege at Grand Mosque in Mecca

Today is one of those days in history where I have an unfortunate richness in terrorist attacks to choose from.

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Expect the unexpected: Trinidad one of the largest sources per capita of ISIS fighters

Trinidad may not be at the top of anyone’s list when it comes to terrorism: you might want to think again.

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Today in Terrorism: November 19, 1995 – Attack on the Egyptian Embassy in Pakistan

A suicide bomber rammed his explosive-packed truck into the Egyptian Embassy in Islamabad on Nov. 19, 1995, killing 15 people, including the second secretary of the embassy and three Egyptian security guards.

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Should Canadians worry about #Wexit from an extremism perspective?

Why the Canadian Wexit movement should be monitored to ensure it does not head down a violent extremist direction.

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Today in Terrorism: November 18, 2005 – Al Hamra Hotel bombing

On this day in 2005, a series of suicide bombing in Khanaqin, located northeast of the Iraqi capital city of Baghdad, killed at least 60 people.

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Today in Terrorism: November 17, 1986 – Renault director assassination

On November 17, 1986, Action Directe assassinated Georges Besse, CEO of the French car manufacturer Renault outside his home in Paris.

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Today in Terrorism: November 16, 2008

On this day in 2008, the TPLF was blamed by the Eritrean government for a roadside bomb that killed eight civilians heading to an engagement party.

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Today in Terrorism: November 15, 1979 and 1988

On November 15, 1979 Theodore Kaczynski, the so-called Unabomber managed to sneak a bomb onto American Airlines Flight 444 from Chicago to Washington D.C.