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Firebombing of G.O.P. Office Jolts Fragile Balance of a North Carolina Town
Volunteers set up tables on Monday outside the damaged Orange County Republican Party headquarters in Hillsborough, N.C.
Defusing War’s Perfect Soldiers
In 1997, Princess Diana brought public attention to land mine victims. But, almost two decades after her death, how much progress has been made in the worldwide fight against leftover munitions?
Searching the Sky for Bombs in Aleppo
Residents of eastern Aleppo describe the terror that rises in them every time they see a plane cross the sky.
Bomb at Checkpoint in Cairo Area Kills 6 Police Officers
The explosives were detonated next to a large mosque in Giza less than two hours before hundreds flocked to the area for Friday Prayer.
Attack on Coptic Cathedral in Cairo Kills Dozens
The attack was the deadliest against Egypt’s Christian minority in years.
Egypt Says Traces of Explosives Were Found on Bodies From Paris Flight
The announcement offered the strongest suggestion yet that a bomb might have brought down the airliner in May.
Germany Investigates if Boy, 12, Planted Bomb at Christmas Market
The case of the boy, who is of Iraqi origin, prompts new worry about the potential threats from young people radicalized by the Islamic State.
Bombing in Turkey Kills 13 Soldiers and Wounds Dozens More
Fifty-five were injured in the attack, which targeted a bus carrying soldiers on weekend leave in the city of Kayseri.
Saudi Arabia Says It Will Stop Using British-Made Cluster Bombs in Yemen
Britain said “a limited number” of the munitions that it sold to the Saudis in the 1980s had been used in Yemen.
Truck Bomb in Rebel-Held Syrian Town Kills Dozens
The explosion occurred outside a courthouse and security headquarters operated by the opposition fighters who control the town, Azaz, along the Turkish border.
Young Symbol of Afghan Resilience Joins List of Lost Leaders
Abdul Ali Shamsi, right, arriving in Farah province to visit victims of a Taliban massacre in 2013.
Codelco Chairman Suffers Minor Injuries After Package Explodes
Chilean police officers at the home of Óscar Landerretche, chairman of the board of the state-owned copper company Codelco, in Santiago on Friday.
Jewish Centers Across U.S. Face New Wave of Bomb Threats
A frightening nationwide hoax targeting Jewish facilities continued with more than two dozen threats at centers in 17 states.
Papers Offer a Peek at ISIS’ Drones, Lethal and Largely Off-the-Shelf
Members of American Special Operations inspected a drone in Mosul, Iraq, in January. The craft had been used by Islamic State militants to drop explosives on government forces.
World War II Bomb Removal in Greece Forces 72,000 From Homes
A military truck carried an unexploded World War II bomb that had been defused by Greek army personnel on Sunday in Thessaloniki.
Report Rebuts Russia’s Claims of Restraint in Syrian Bombing Campaign
The aftermath of the bombing of the hospital known as M2, in the Maadi district of Aleppo, Syria, in July.
Blast in Somalia Kills Dozens
An unusually large bomb exploded at the center of a busy market in Mogadishu, Somalia, on Sunday, killing at least 30 people and injuring others.
Omar Abdel Rahman’s Death Stirs Memories of 1993 Attack
A man lay injured on the ramp to the underground garage at the World Trade Center after the bombing on Feb. 26, 1993.
Bomb Explodes Near Colombia Bullring, Injuring Dozens of Officers
A homemade device left in a sewer exploded in Bogotá on Sunday, the authorities said, injuring two dozen police officers and two civilians.
Inside Al Qaeda’s Plot to Blow Up an American Airliner
Details have emerged on how Anwar al-Awlaki, a Qaeda leader killed by a drone, was involved in a plot to blow up an airliner approaching Detroit on Christmas in 2009.