Russia told Denmark its battleships could become a target for Russian nuclear strikes if Copenhagen decides to join NATO’s missile defence shield.
Video footage of the incident was uploaded to YouTube after the attack on Saturday night.
A man armed with a machete and wasp spray attacked TSA agents Friday before being shot three times by a sheriff’s deputy, authorities said. Authorities said the man has a history of mental illness and his motives are unclear. He died Saturday from his injuries.
The attacker used machine guns and grenades during the assault on the bar.
The State Department said Ambassador Mark Lippert’s injuries are not life-threatening. The suspect in the attack was quickly taken into custody. Lippert later tweeted he was “doing well and in great spirits.” North Korea has praised the attack.
Several government officials were inside a hotel in central Mogadishu when Islamist militants initiated a combination car-bomb and suicide bomber attack, officials said.
The coast guard station in Grand Haven was evacuated after a man allegedly made a bomb threat, then rammed the building with his truck. The incident was initially investigated as “an act of domestic terrorism.”
The victims were shot or burned to death.
The knife-wielding assailant has been arrested.
Lawyers say the popularity of the photos show that suspected bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev can’t get a fair trial in Boston.
The boy reportedly refused to observe a minute of silence honoring the victims of the Paris attacks and later said the journalists deserved to die.
Pro-Russian rebels unleashed a barrage of rocket fire against the eastern Ukrainian city of Mariupol Saturday. The rockets killed at least 30 civilians.
The men are suspected of giving logistical support to kosher grocery attacker Amedy Coulibaly. They are the first to be charged in relation to this month’s attacks.
Vigils have also been held across Europe and around the world.
Police ended two related hostage situations near Paris. In one, to the northeast, the brothers wanted for the Charlie Hebdo massacre were also killed. To the east, a gunman who said he was working with the brothers was killed, along with four of his hostages, BuzzFeed News confirmed. Warning: Graphic images.
At least 12 people were killed Wednesday at the offices of the satirical weekly newspaper. Around the world, people gathered to pay tribute to the victims.
Twelve died in the attack — including four of the nation’s most famous cartoonists — and 11 are injured in the attack by at least two gunmen. BuzzFeed News reporter Anais Bordages is reporting in Paris. WARNING: Some of the images and videos below are graphic.
One police officer died in the blast.
Military officials said they’ve killed a man named Saddam, an orchestrator of the attacks, multiple outlets reported.
The strikes took place in North Waziristan, a mountainous region near the border with Afghanistan.
A hacker group has claimed responsibility for disabling the services.
A long and rambling statement from Pyongyang threatens “counteraction” against the White House, the Pentagon, and “the whole U.S. mainland.”
The alert warns that terrorists may target “hotels, shopping areas, places of worship, and schools.”
Asked about the Sony hack, the President also told ABC News on Wednesday that American authorities found “no credible evidence though of any serious threat to theaters.”
Militants snuck into a camp in Kashmir and killed the soldiers and police, officials told Reuters.
The son of the ambassador’s bodyguard is one of the victims of the attack. 17 people have been injured.
The attack on the quarry was led by al-Shabaab militants from Somalia. The victims reportedly are miners who worked at the quarry.
Four health workers were killed and at least three more were injured, the New York Times reported. No one has claimed responsibility for the attack.