Category: Cross Border Terrorism
Afghanistan’s Security Situation Is Deteriorating, And Some Predict A Civil War. A Similar Violence In The 1990s Prompted Millions Of Afghans To Migrate To Neighbouring Nations, Especially Pakistan, Which Has Long Welcomed Three Million Afghan Refugees
Terrorist groups’ gains in Africa, according to United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres, “have been extremely concerning,” and he stressed that “helping African governments to combat and defeat the risks presented by these groups must be a worldwide priority for us all”
The socio-economic development of many African nations has been retarded because of the advent of terrorism. Several academic writings relating to global security menace have been published, with considerable narratives on activities of Al Shabaab in the horn of Africa
IS Operatives Behind More Than 40 Killings Since January in Syrian Camp TEASER: US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces, who used 5,000 personnel last week to crackdown on Islamic State (IS) sleeper cells in Syria’s al-Hol camp, say the Islamist group has killed 47 camp residents since January
Boko Haram militants have terrorized northeastern Nigeria for more than a decade, driving what the United Nations says are more than two million people from their homes
The Community Radio Forum “was able to provide logistical support to all journalists in order to reach the relatively safe areas of Namialo, Montepuez and Pemba”.
The last two journalists of the group arrived in safety on November 16 and “are already meeting their relatives in the district of Montepuez”
Kidnapping and hostage-taking is a criminal strategy used by terrorist and religious extremism to inflict heavy psychological burden on family relations, and to expose challenges of human security by the state and its security machinery. The profile of those or individual abducted, generates an anxiety and fear to the community; how secured is the community?
A hundred people, made up of the clergy, catechists and their families, were evacuated to Dori and housed in the structures of the Cathedral. A number that is added to the displaced people of the past months from the two parishes previously closed
A communiqué released after the meeting acknowledged that instability in Mozambique was on the agenda. “The two Heads of State addressed the security situation in Cabo Delgado and parts of the Manica Provincesand Sofala where terrorists and armed groups carry out attacks, murders and destruction of public and private infrastructure and strongly condemned these acts, which seek to undermine efforts towards peace and development.”
The NIA found that the youth chemicals like ammonium powder for making IEDs, batteries, clothing and other accessories were bought by him from Amazon using his online shopping account on the retailer’s platform. He disclosed to the NIA sleuths that he was acting on the directions of Pakistan based terrorist organization Jaish-e-Mohammad