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Having spent 20 years behind bars in a Peruvian jail for actively supporting a ruthless terror organization that was responsible for the murders of over 1000 people, American citizen, Lori Berenson returned to her native New York on Thursday, a free woman.
Berenson, now 46, was found guilty by a Peruvian court for her involvement with the Tupac Amaru Revolutionary Movement (MRTA). According to published reports, between 1980 and 2000, the group killed perceived political opponents and in 1995, they planned to siege Peru’s National Congress and take members of the Congress hostage.
Despite evidence that has emerged of Berenson living in the safe house of the organization, she has consistently denied being a member of MRTA. In 2001
The Metrojet Airbus A321 that crashed in the desert in Egypt’s Sinai region on Saturday morning killing all 224 people on board, may have been targeted by IS terrorists, according to British government officials. The plane which took off from the Egyptian Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh for St. Petersburg with mostly Russian passengers suddenly plummeted from a high altitude approximately 23 minutes subsequent to departing.
Sinai Province, a local militant movement affiliated with the
A border policeman has been left seriously wounded after being stabbed by an Arab terrorist in Jerusalem, close to the Old City's Damascus Gate on Sunday morning, June 21.
INN has reported that security forces and paramedics are already at the scene.
The victim, aged 20, is in critical condition and fighting for his life, with stab wounds to his neck. Paramedics performed emergency first aid at the scene, and then transferred him to Jerusalem's Shaare Tzedek hospital for further
Gabriel Sassoon, the bereaved father who tragically lost seven of his young children in a fire in March, announced Sunday morning, June 28 that his wife has finally returned home from hospital. After three months in the hospital she was released on Friday, June 26, and is recovering at her mother-in-law’s home in Brooklyn. "On Friday my wife returned home, and she was glad to be home," he stated, on the Kol B'Rama radio station. "She will continue treatments at home, she still has to go
A Brooklyn district judge on Wednesday, April 8, rejected a bid by Jordan-based Arab Bank to overturn a verdict by a jury that found it liable for supporting terrorism against Israelis.
The bank was originally sued by the victims of 24 terror attacks in Israel that have been blamed on the Palestinian terror group Hamas. The plaintiffs accused Arab Bank of providing Hamas with material and financial support. The case marked the first time in U.S. history that a bank stood trial over charges