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Facing terror charges, ETA’s last boss apologizes for deaths

The last known chief of ETA, the now-extinct Basque separatist militant group, was back in court Monday in Paris to face terrorism charges that he deems “absurd” because of his role in ending a conflict that claimed hundreds of lives and terrorized Spain for half a century.

Terror probe opened after 2 stabbed in Paris; 2 arrests

French terrorism authorities are investigating a double-stabbing outside the former Paris offices of a satirical newspaper where a dozen people were killed in 2015, and two suspects have been arrested in Friday's violence, authorities said.

Charlie Hebdo, market attacks turned widow into fugitive

PARIS – The fugitive widow of the Islamic State killer who plotted attacks against the Charlie Hebdo satirical newspaper and a kosher market calls home to France once a year to catch up, her sisters testified, offering new details about one of the world’s most wanted women.

Officials: U.S. seizes Iranian gas heading for Venezuela

MIAMI — The Trump administration has seized the cargo of four tankers it was targeting for transporting Iranian fuel to Venezuela, U.S. officials said Thursday, as it steps up its campaign of maximum pressure against the two heavily sanctioned allies.

As ‘Homeland’ ends, what kind of TV hero will fight terrorism’s next form?

For all his scrapes, personal losses and ridiculously close calls, Jack Bauer, the gruff and personality challenged counterterrorism agent played by Kiefer Sutherland on the Fox hit “24,” had it relatively easy compared with Carrie Mathison, the resilient but often deeply compromised (and, as it happened, bipolar) CIA agent played by Claire Danes on Showtime’s “Homeland,” which ended Sunday after an impressively consistent eight-season run. Jack and Carrie came to separately represent the pressing global crises of their times. “24” premiered weeks after the 9/11 terrorist attacks and the responding drums of war, moments where it could have been perceived as either wildly inappropriate (it opened with a woman setting off a bomb on an airliner) or topically spot on. Viewers found they were able to project a lot of their anxieties about national security onto the show, which functioned as a one-hour, adrenaline-soaked workout expressed in increasingly contorted (and less plausible) plot points.

FBI: Government’s response to virus spurred would-be bomber

A Missouri man who investigators say was planning to bomb a Kansas City-area hospital was distressed by the government’s response to the coronavirus crisis and motivated by racial, religious and anti-government animus, according to newly unsealed court documents.

Extremists see global chaos from virus as an opportunity

Both the Islamic State group and al-Qaida see the coronavirus as a threat, but some of their fighters also see the upheaval from the pandemic as an opportunity to win over more supporters and strike harder than before.

White House says bin Laden son killed in US operation

There aren’t many details being released publicly, but the United States says Osama bin Laden’s son Hamza, who had become an increasingly prominent al-Qaida figure, has been killed in a U.S. counterterrorism operation in the Afghanistan-Pakistan region.