The U.S. president greeted survivors of the first-ever atomic bombing and made a landmark speech.
If the plot to bomb Flight MS804 was enabled by collaborators or cells in Paris, it will be the third blow against French intelligence in recent years.
Aviation experts tell Newsweek about the impeccable safety record of the Airbus A320.
Suicide bombings specifically are killing more people and spreading to more countries.
A police station in Stavropol region was attacked on Monday morning.
The Kremlin has refused to speculate on the culprits behind the attack.
Belgian authorities are facing embarrassment after Turkey said on Wednesday that last year Ankara expelled back to Europe Brahim El Bakraoui.
The German government said it had received "concrete indications" that an attack was planned.
The Kurdistan Freedom Falcons warns it will strike again in the country.
According to officials, the president detoured to Singapore for security reasons—but some are skeptical.
The president of Ingushetia has labeled the incident "provocation".
North Korea has previously threatened pre-emptive attacks on South Korea and the United States.
Sources in law enforcement are blaming a suicide bomber, but those reports are unconfirmed.
U.S. officials say that the satellite, which caused an international outcry, is incapable of any useful function.
Airport workers allegedly handled the laptop before it was used in an attempted extremist attack.
One suicide bomber struck while in the queue outside police base in the Afghan capital.
Sevdet Ramadan Besim discussed the plot against Australian police with a British accomplice.
The Russian leader compared the Soviet code of ethics to the Bible.
Turkey must perform a policy U-turn if it is to become a stabilizing force in the Middle East, writes Fadi Hakura.
The bomb blast in a popular tourist district killed at least ten people on Tuesday.