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January Today in Terrorism

January 15, 2006: Suicide bombing in Afghanistan

On this day in 2006 a suicide car bomb hit a Canadian military convoy in southern Afghanistan, killing three civilians including diplomat Glyn Berry

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Perspectives

Repeat after me: China is not our friend!

The idea that China is a responsible member of the international community is insane and the world’s nations have to stand up to its aggression.

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December Today in Terrorism

December 21, 2016: Taliban target Afghan MP, kill eight

On this day in December 2016 the Taliban killed eight and wounded six in an attack that targeted an Afghan MP.

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December Today in Terrorism

December 16, 2008: Failed Afghan dynamite attack in Paris

A previously unknown Afghan terrorist group seeking foreign troops out of the country failed to detonate sticks of dynamite in a Paris store in December 2008

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November Today in Terrorism

November 26, 2004: Three German soldiers injured by Taliban bombing in Afghanistan

Three German soldiers serving with the International Security Assistance Force in Afghanistan were wounded by a Taliban bomb in November 2004.

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November Today in Terrorism

November 23, 2014: Attack on volleyball players in Afghanistan

Afghanistan’s Haqqani terrorist network was behind a suicide bombing at a volleyball game in November 2014 in which 61 died, including many children

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November Today in Terrorism

November 14, 2005: Taliban suicide bombings in Kabul

The Taliban were responsible for two November 2005 suicide attacks in Kabul that targeted NATO soldiers: nine people died in the incidents.

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An Intelligent Look at Terrorism Podcast

Kamran Bokhari – What are the real chances for peace in Afghanistan?

If you are following what is happening in Afghanistan you will know two things: one, the US is engaged in ‘peace talks’ with Taliban terrorists and two, Taliban terrorists are continuing to kill on  a daily basis.  Should we talk ‘peace’ with terrorists?  Borealis talks to a Canadian specialist on this  issue, Kamran Bokhari. About […]

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Articles The Chaos Group of Canada

Whither Afghan ‘peace’

War seems to be the fate of Afghanistan: peace may not be in the cards.

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September Today in Terrorism

September 9, 2001: Killing of Ahmad Shah Massoud in Afghanistan

Al Qaeda killed Afghan Northern Alliance leader Ahmad Shah Massoud on September 9, 2001 in what was seen as a harbinger of 9/11.