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At least 15 killed in Kabul suicide attack

At least 15 people died in a suicide bombing Saturday in Kabul, the latest in a string of attacks this week across war-weary Afghanistan.

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U.S. warns public about attacks on energy, industrial firms

(Reuters) - The U.S government issued a rare public warning about hacking campaigns targeting energy and industrial firms, the latest evidence that cyber attacks present an increasing threat to the power industry and other public infrastructure.

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U.S. says 24 people harmed from recent 'attacks' in Cuba

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. State Department confirmed on Friday that 24 people have suffered health effects from "attacks" in Cuba earlier this year against diplomatic personnel and that an investigation is ongoing.

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Vacationing in the United States? Be Warned, Some Countries Say

Mass shootings, potential terrorist attacks and natural disasters lead to a spate of new travel advisories.

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Pair of mosque attacks kill at least 50 in Afghanistan

KABUL (Reuters) - A suicide bomber killed at least 30 people inside a Shi'ite mosque in the Afghan capital Kabul on Friday night, a security official said, and a separate bombing killed at least another 20 at a mosque in the middle of the country.

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Suicide bomber kills at least 30 at mosque in Afghan capital Kabul

KABUL (Reuters) - A suicide bomber killed at least 30 people inside a Shi'ite mosque in the Afghan capital Kabul on Friday night, a security official said, the latest in a string of violent attacks on the country's Shi'ite minority.

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Obama Attacks Tactics of Republican Candidate for Governor in Virginia

Former President Barack Obama abandoned nine months of political silence to accuse Ed Gillespie of tactics that he called “damaging and corrosive to our democracy.”

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Afghan Army Unit Nearly Wiped Out as New Taliban Tactic Takes Toll

Forty-three soldiers were killed after militants drove stolen Humvees packed with explosives into an army base, mirroring a tactic used in two recent attacks.

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France criticizes Russian stance on Syria toxic gas probe

PARIS (Reuters) - France criticized Russia on Thursday for calling into question an international inquiry into who is to blame for chemical weapons attacks in Syria.

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Colombia's FARC say six ex-members murdered in restive province

BOGOTA (Reuters) - Armed gunmen this week killed six former fighters from Colombia's FARC rebels, the now-demobilized group said, reiterating its fears about attacks targeting former guerrillas.

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Pentagon chief asks Congress to not hinder cyber defense

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of Defense James Mattis this week asked Congress to halt pending legislation that would compel the U.S. to alert foreign governments when the Pentagon has decided to combat certain cyber attacks, according to a letter sent to lawmakers.

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Vitamin D supplements linked to lower risk of asthma attacks

(Reuters Health) - Asthma attacks serious enough to require steroid treatment or hospitalization may be less likely when people take vitamin D supplements, a recent analysis suggests.

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U.S., Russia set for likely U.N. row over Syria toxic gas inquiry

UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - The United States said on Wednesday it would push the United Nations Security Council to renew within days an international inquiry into who is to blame for chemical weapons attacks in Syria, setting the stage for a likely showdown with Russia.

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U.K. Reports Big Rise in Hate Crime, Citing Brexit and Terrorist Attacks

The number of such violations climbed by about 30 percent, although part of the rise was attributed to increased awareness and changes in the law.

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British spy chief says Islamist militants can execute deadly attack plans in just days

LONDON, Oct 17 (Reuters) - Britain faces the most acute threat ever from Islamist militants seeking to inflict mass attacks, often with spontaneous plots that take just days to bring to execution, the head of the MI5 domestic intelligence agency said on Tuesday.

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Taliban attacks kill at least 69 across Afghanistan

KABUL (Reuters) - Taliban militants struck government targets in many provinces of Afghanistan on Tuesday, killing at least 69 people, including a senior police commander, and wounding scores of others.

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Foreign tourist numbers up 24 percent in Tunisia so far in 2017

TUNIS (Reuters) - The number of foreign tourists in Tunisia has risen by 24 percent so far this year, official data showed, indicating that a vital industry crippled two years ago by Islamist attacks...

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Taliban attacks kill at least 61 across Afghanistan

KABUL (Reuters) - Taliban suicide car bombers and gunmen attacked a provincial Afghan police headquarters on Tuesday, killing at least 33 people, including the police chief, and wounding 160, in the deadliest of a series of attacks across the country, officials and militants said.

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UK hate crimes surge on Brexit and militant attacks

LONDON (Reuters) - Hate crimes in Britain surged by the highest amount on record last year, official figures showed on Tuesday, with the vote to leave the European Union a significant factor.

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China state media attacks Western democracy ahead of Congress

BEIJING (Reuters) - China's official Xinhua news agency attacked Western democracy as divisive and confrontational on Tuesday, praising on the eve of a key Communist Party Congress the harmony and cooperative nature of the Chinese system.

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UPDATE 2-Researchers uncover flaw that makes Wi-Fi vulnerable to hacks

* Unclear if vulnerability used to launch any attacks (Adds comments from CERT NZ, Microsoft)

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Macau plans 'simulated attacks' in security ramp-up after Vegas shooting

HONG KONG (Reuters) - Authorities in the Chinese territory of Macau have ramped up security measures following the deadly Las Vegas shooting this month and unveiled plans for a series of mock attacks and crisis training to safeguard the world's largest gambling hub.

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President blames Cuba for 'sonic attacks' on Americans

President Donald Trump said Monday that he does "believe Cuba is responsible" for the mysterious attacks that sickened at least 22 US diplomats and family members in Havana.

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Trump says he believes Cuba responsible for attacks that hurt U.S. diplomats

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump said on Monday that he believes Havana is responsible for a series of incidents that Washington thinks hurt at least 22 U.S. diplomats over a period of months in Cuba, prompting Washington to scale back its presence there.

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Adobe warns that hackers are exploiting its Flash software

TORONTO (Reuters) - Adobe Systems Inc warned on Monday that hackers are exploiting vulnerabilities in its Flash multimedia software platform in web browsers, and the company urged users to quickly patch their systems to prevent such attacks.

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UPDATE 1-Adobe warns that hackers are exploiting its Flash software

TORONTO, Oct 16 (Reuters) - Adobe Systems Inc warned on Monday that hackers are exploiting vulnerabilities in its Flash multimedia software platform in web browsers, and the company urged users to quickly patch their systems to prevent such attacks.

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Death toll from Somalia bomb attacks tops 300

MOGADISHU (Reuters) - More than 300 people died after twin bomb explosions in Mogadishu, an official said on Monday, as locals packed hospitals in search of friends and relatives caught up in Somalia's deadliest attack in a decade.

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Death toll in Somalia bombing jumps to 263: medical workers

MOGADISHU (Reuters) - At least 263 people were killed by twin bomb explosions in the heart of Somalia's capital Mogadishu, doctors said on Monday, confirming the deadliest attacks since an Islamist insurgency began in 2007.

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Thousands of new Rohingya refugees flee violence, hunger in Myanmar to Bangladesh

COX'S BAZAR (Reuters) - Hungry, destitute and scared, thousands of new Rohingya refugees crossed the border into Bangladesh from Myanmar early on Monday, Reuters witnesses said, fleeing attacks by Buddhist mobs and hunger that the United Nations has called ethnic cleansing.

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Death toll from blasts in Somalia's capital Mogadishu tops 200

MOGADISHU (Reuters) - More than 200 people were killed by twin bomb blasts that struck busy junctions in the heart of Somalia's capital Mogadishu, officials said on Sunday, marking the deadliest attacks since an Islamist insurgency began in 2007.

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Somalia Death Toll Rises to at Least 189 After Twin Bomb Attacks

The president declared three days of national mourning and at least 200 others were wounded in one of the deadliest attacks to hit Mogadishu.

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Death toll from blasts in Somalia's capital Mogadishu rises to 85

MOGADISHU (Reuters) - The death toll from twin bomb blasts that struck busy junctions in the heart of Somalia's capital Mogadishu has jumped to 85, making it one of the deadliest attacks since an Islamist insurgency began in 2007.

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Death toll from bomb attacks in Somalia's capital rises to 85

MOGADISHU (Reuters) - The death toll from two bomb attacks that tore through busy junctions in the heart of Somalia's capital Mogadishu has risen to 85, making it one of the deadliest attacks in the country since Islamist militants launched an insurgency in 2007.

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Moroccan police break up Islamic State cell planning attacks: ministry

RABAT (Reuters) - Moroccan authorities said on Saturday they had dismantled a cell linked to Islamic State that was active in eight towns and cities and was planning terrorist operations.

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Is this the sound that made US diplomatic staff in Cuba sick?

A new audio recording said to capture what was heard by some US embassy workers amid a series of attacks on American diplomats in Cuba is adding another layer of intrigue around the mysterious incidents that sickened at least 22 US diplomats and family members.

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Hear audio from Cuba's sonic attacks

The Associated Press obtained recording of the sound that some US diplomats claim to have heard in Cuba as part of sonic attacks.

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Russia questions future of Syria chemical weapons inquiry

UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Russia on Friday questioned the work and future of an inquiry into who is to blame for toxic gas attacks in Syria and said it would decide whether to support extending the mandate after investigators submit their next report to U.N. Security Council.

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Here's why Obama stays quiet as Trump attacks his legacy

With each passing day, President Donald Trump unravels another piece of Barack Obama's legacy. The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. The Paris climate accords. The Iran nuclear deal. Transgender people serving in the military. And, now, that most personal of policies for the former president: The Affordable Care Act.

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Trump: 'We are stopping cold the attacks on Judeo-Christian values'

President Donald Trump dove into America's culture wars on Friday, touting his administration for "returning moral clarity to our view of the world" and ending "attacks on Judeo-Christian values."

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Border checks to stay in Europe weary of attacks, migration

LUXEMBOURG (Reuters) - Border controls inside what should normally be Europe's cherished zone of free travel are here to stay for now, EU ministers said on Friday, citing continued terrorist threats and the need to control migration.

Diabetes nytimes.com

Ask Well: How Do People Die From Diabetes?

While untreated diabetes itself can be deadly, complications from the disease such as heart attacks are a more common cause of death.

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Pakistani-American faces extradition hearing on NYC attack plot

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - A Pakistani-American man accused of plotting attacks in New York City for Islamic State is scheduled to appear at an extradition hearing in a Pakistani court on Friday.

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Activists break into French nuclear site to highlight risks

PARIS (Reuters) - Greenpeace activists broke through two security barriers and launched fireworks inside the grounds of a French nuclear plant on Thursday to highlight the vulnerability of the plants to attacks.

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Trump: Disgusting press writes what it wants

During a photo-op with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, President Trump doubled down on his attacks against the media, saying "it is frankly disgusting the press is able to write whatever they want to write."

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U.S. justices question Arab Bank liability in militant attacks

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Conservative U.S. Supreme Court justices on Wednesday signaled concern about allowing companies to be sued under American law for human rights abuses abroad in a case involving allegations that Arab Bank Plc helped finance militant attacks in Israel and the Palestinian territories.

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UPDATE 1-U.S. justices question Arab Bank liability in militant attacks

WASHINGTON, Oct 11 (Reuters) - Conservative U.S. Supreme Court justices on Wednesday signaled concern about allowing companies to be sued under American law for human rights abuses abroad in a case involving allegations that Arab Bank Plc helped finance militant attacks in Israel and the Palestinian territories.

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U.S. justices wrestle over Arab Bank liability in militant attacks

WASHINGTON, Oct 11 (Reuters) - The Supreme Court appeared divided on Wednesday over whether companies can be sued under U.S. law for human rights abuses abroad in a case about whether Arab Bank Plc can be held responsible for allegedly helping to finance militant attacks in Israel and the Palestinian territories.

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Rose McGowan Attacks Ben Affleck Over Harvey Weinstein: ‘You Lie’

Mr. Affleck said Tuesday he was “angry” about Mr. Weinstein’s alleged harassment and assaults of women but did not indicate he was aware of the behavior. Ms. McGowan said he knew.

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Eminem attacks Trump in freestyle

Rapper Eminem unleashes an attack on President Trump during his freestyle at the BET Hip Hop Awards.

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Why the world should worry about North Korea's cyber weapons

North Korea's hackers have been accused of carrying out some of the most audacious cyber attacks of the past few years, from siphoning millions of dollars to stealing state secrets.

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Officials warn of Hezbollah threat to US

As the Trump administration prepares to take a tougher line on Iran, senior US officials previewed a new offensive against Iranian-backed Hezbollah, claiming the group aspires to conduct attacks against the US homeland.

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Philippines doctor linked to New York attack plot a 'regular, generous guy'

MANILA (Reuters) - A Filipino accused by the United States of being an Islamic State supporter involved in a foiled plot to mount gun and bomb attacks in the heart of New York City is a hospital doctor described by colleagues as a "kind and generous guy".

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Tattoos help Israelis scarred by attacks and war

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - A group of Israelis who were physically and mentally scarred in shootings, suicide bombings and military operations were given free tattoos this week by artists who hope body...

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France's nuclear spent-fuel pools major security risk: Greenpeace

PARIS (Reuters) - The spent-fuel pools of French utility EDF's nuclear reactors are highly vulnerable to attacks, Greenpeace said in a report published on Tuesday.

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Trump Threatens N.F.L. and Attacks Jemele Hill

In early Twitter posts, the president said Congress should eliminate a law allowing the N.F.L.’s central office to avoid paying taxes and said ESPN ratings have “tanked.”

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Trump attacks ESPN's Jemele Hill with misleading tweet

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Best of Late Night: Jimmy Kimmel Leads the Late-Night Attacks on Harvey Weinstein

Hosts of the late-night talk shows broke their silence on the allegations of sexual harassment against the Hollywood producer.

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Two prison inmates under investigation for plotting attacks in France

PARIS (Reuters) - Two inmates in a French prison have been placed under formal investigation days before their expected release from jail on suspicion of plotting attacks, a judicial source said on Tuesday.

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Rohingya insurgent ceasefire ends in Myanmar with no report of attacks

YANGON (Reuters) - Myanmar authorities said there was no sign of attacks by Rohingya Muslim militants on Tuesday as a one-month insurgent ceasefire came to end.

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Terror attacks in U.S. more likely than elsewhere to involve guns

(Reuters Health) - Terrorist attacks are much more likely to involve firearms in the U.S. than in many other high-income industrialized countries, a new study suggests.

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International Red Cross to 'drastically' cut Afghan presence after attacks

KABUL (Reuters) - The International Committee of the Red Cross will "drastically" reduce its operations in Afghanistan following attacks that have killed seven of its staff this year, the aid group said on Monday.

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China denies links to alleged cyberattacks in United States targeting exiled tycoon Guo

BEIJING (Reuters) - China has denied responsibility for alleged cyberattacks in the United States appearing to target exiled tycoon Guo Wengui, who has leveled corruption allegations against senior Communist Party officials and applied for political asylum.

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Gunman attacks Saudi security forces at gate of Jeddah royal palace

RIYADH (Reuters) - Two Saudi guards were shot dead and three others injured on Saturday morning after a man drove up to the gate of the royal palace in Jeddah and began shooting, the interior ministry said in a statement carried by state news.

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Three charged with plotting NY attacks for Islamic State: U.S. prosecutors

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Three men have been arrested since May of last year on charges of plotting attacks in New York City for Islamic State in the summer of 2016, U.S. prosecutors said on Friday.

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Some U.S. visitors to Cuba complain of symptoms similar to embassy 'attacks': U.S

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The State Department has received a "handful" of reports from private U.S. citizens who traveled to Cuba and say they have experienced symptoms similar to those suffered by American diplomats in mysterious "attacks" in Havana, a U.S. official said on Friday.

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Three charged with plotting New York attacks for Islamic State: U.S. prosecutors

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Three men have been arrested since May of last year on charges of plotting attacks in New York City for Islamic State in the summer of 2016, U.S. prosecutors said on Friday.

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Exclusive: SEC's corporate filing system vulnerable to denial of service attacks - memo

(Reuters) - The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Wall Street's top regulator, has discovered a vulnerability in its corporate filing database that could cause the system to collapse, according to an internal document seen by Reuters.

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Russian hackers get U.S. cyber defense details from NSA: WSJ

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Russian government-backed hackers in 2015 stole U.S. secrets on how to penetrate foreign computer networks and protect against cyberattacks after a National Security Agency contractor put highly classified information on his home computer, The Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday, citing unidentified sources.

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Trump hits a new low in media attacks

President Trump's disregard for a free press just reached a new low: He's urging the Senate Intelligence Committee to investigate American news outlets for publishing "fake" stories.

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State Department pulls employees out of Cuba

The US State Department is pulling out all families of employees and nonessential personnel from Cuba, after a string of sonic attacks against US diplomats. CNN's Patrick Oppmann reports from Havana, Cuba.

Terrorism nytimes.com

French Parliament Approves Sweeping Counterterrorism Law

The bill makes permanent emergency measures put in place after terrorist attacks in 2015, effectively institutionalizing a trade-off between security and civil liberty.

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U.S. expels 15 Cuban diplomats, fuelling tensions with Havana

WASHINGTON/HAVANA (Reuters) - The Trump administration on Tuesday expelled 15 Cuban diplomats to protest Cuba's failure to protect staff at the U.S. embassy in Havana from a mysterious spate of health "attacks," spurring new tensions between the former Cold War foes.

Las Vegas, Nev, Shooting (October, 2017) nytimes.com

In Las Vegas, Concert Security Met a New Threat: Aerial Assault

After Sunday’s mass shootings, security professionals are stymied by the rise of attacks that target patrons from outside security lines.

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US to ask Cuba to reduce diplomats

The US is expected to ask Cuba to slash its diplomatic staff in Washington by two-thirds to match staff reductions at the US Embassy in Havana after the US ordered home non-essential diplomats and families following mysterious attacks on personnel there, two US officials told CNN.

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After steep rise in attacks, Britain to limit acid sales

MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - Britain will limit sales of sulphuric acid and outlaw the sale of such corrosive substances to children after a steep rise in attacks, Britain's interior minister said on Tuesday.

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U.S. to expel nearly two-thirds of Cuban embassy staff: U.S. sources

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Trump administration will order nearly two-thirds of Cuba's diplomatic personnel to leave the United States after months of mysterious "attacks" that have damaged the health of U.S. embassy staff in Havana, according to a congressional source and a person familiar with the plan.

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Russian firm provides new internet connection to North Korea

(Reuters) - North Korea has opened a second internet connection with the outside world, this time via Russia, a move which cyber security experts said could give Pyongyang greater capability to conduct cyber attacks.

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UPDATE 2-Russian firm provides new internet connection to N.Korea

Oct 2 (Reuters) - North Korea has opened a second internet connection with the outside world, this time via Russia, a move which cyber security experts said could give Pyongyang greater capability to conduct cyber attacks.

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New York's alleged 'Chelsea bomber' goes on trial Monday

The powerful explosion from a homemade bomb shook Manhattan's bustling Chelsea neighborhood just days after the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

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UPDATE 1-Russian firm provides new internet connection to N.Korea

Oct 2 (Reuters) - North Korea has opened a new internet connection with the outside world, this time via Russia, a move which cybersecurity experts say would strengthen the country's internet and its ability to conduct cyberattacks.

United States Politics and Government nytimes.com

Op-Ed Columnist: Divert, Divide, Destroy

Trump shields his ignoble attacks by talking about veterans and first responders.

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Somali refugee faces terror charges in Canada stabbing, car attacks

EDMONTON, Alberta (Reuters) - A Somali refugee who had been on a watch list over extremist views faced five counts of attempted murder and terror charges on Sunday after Canadian police said he stabbed a police officer and ran down four pedestrians with a car in Edmonton, Alberta.

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Canada police charge Somali refugee in Edmonton stabbing, car attacks

EDMONTON, Alberta (Reuters) - Canadian police charged a Somali refugee with five counts of attempted murder on Sunday after they said he stabbed a police officer and ran down several pedestrians with a car in Edmonton, Alberta, in what officials called an act of terrorism.

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Five injured in Canada vehicle, stabbing attacks

EDMONTON, Canada (Reuters) - Canadian police on Sunday arrested a man whom authorities said they believe acted alone to carry out violent "attacks of terror" in the western city of Edmonton, injuring a police officer and four pedestrians with two vehicles and a knife.

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Canadian police probe car attacks, stabbing as 'acts of terrorism'

TORONTO (Reuters) - Canadian police said they were investigating violent attacks in Edmonton on Saturday night as "acts of terrorism" after a man hit a police officer with a car and stabbed him, and later four pedestrians were struck with a second vehicle in a police chase.

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Police probe Canadian car attacks, stabbing as 'acts of terrorism'

TORONTO (Reuters) - Canadian police said they were investigating violent attacks in Edmonton on Saturday night as "acts of terrorism" after a man hit a police officer with a car and stabbed him and then later struck four pedestrians while driving a second vehicle.

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Canada police probe Edmonton stabbing, vehicle attacks as 'acts of terrorism'

TORONTO (Reuters) - Canadian police said they were investigating violent Saturday night attacks in Edmonton as "acts of terrorism" after a man struck a police officer with a car and stabbed him before hitting four pedestrians with a second vehicle.

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Car attacks in Canada investigated as acts of terrorism

Canadian authorities say two incidents in Edmonton are being investigated as acts of terrorism after a man struck a police officer with a car before stabbing him -- and later injured at least four pedestrians while driving a truck on a busy street.

Terrorism nytimes.com

At Trial, a Focus on the Facts, Not the Politics, of Benghazi

A suspect in the attacks, Ahmed Abu Khattala, will go on trial on Monday in the latest test of the civilian court system’s ability to handle high-profile terrorism cases.

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Miranda to Trump: 'You're going straight to hell'

"Hamilton" creator Lin-Manuel Miranda did not mince words in his message to Donald Trump following the President's Saturday morning Twitter attacks on San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz.

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Trump attacks San Juan mayor as she begs for help

President Donald Trump, in a series of tweets, criticized the leadership of San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz, who has begged for more federal assistance to help her hurricane-ravaged city, and blamed Democrats for the mayor's comments.

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Afghan Shi'ites fear further attacks on Ashura celebrations

KABUL (Reuters) - The Afghan capital Kabul braced on Saturday for further possible attacks ahead of Ashura, the holiest day on the Shi'ite Muslim calendar, a day after an attack claimed by Islamic State that killed at least five people near a large Shi'ite mosque.

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UPDATE 7-U.S. cuts staff in Cuba over mysterious injuries, warns travelers

WASHINGTON/HAVANA, Sept 29 (Reuters) - The United States on Friday cut its diplomatic presence in Cuba by more than half and warned U.S. citizens not to visit because of mysterious "attacks" that have caused hearing loss, dizziness and fatigue in U.S. embassy personnel.

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UPDATE 6-U.S. cuts staff in Cuba over mysterious injuries, warns travelers

WASHINGTON/HAVANA, Sept 29 (Reuters) - The United States on Friday cut its diplomatic presence in Cuba by more than half and warned U.S. citizens not to visit because of mysterious "attacks" that have caused hearing loss, dizziness and fatigue in U.S. embassy personnel.

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UPDATE 5-U.S. cuts staff in Cuba over mysterious injuries, warns travelers

WASHINGTON/HAVANA, Sept 29 (Reuters) - The United States on Friday cut its diplomatic presence in Cuba by more than half and warned U.S. citizens not to visit because of mysterious "attacks" that have caused hearing loss, dizziness and fatigue in U.S. embassy personnel.

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U.S. cuts staff in Cuba over mysterious injuries, warns travelers

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States on Friday cut its diplomatic presence in Cuba by more than half and warned U.S. citizens not to visit because of mysterious "attacks" that have caused hearing loss, dizziness and fatigue in U.S. embassy personnel.

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U.S. cuts embassy staff in Cuba, warns citizens not to visit

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States is cutting its diplomatic presence in Havana by more than a half and will warn U.S. citizens not to visit Cuba because of targeted attacks that have injured at least 21 U.S. personnel, a senior official said on Friday.

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U.S. orders 60 percent of staff out of embassy in Cuba: AP

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States has ordered 60 percent of its staff to leave the U.S. Embassy in Havana because of "specific attacks" on diplomats and will warn American tourists that some attacks have occurred in Cuban hotels, the Associated Press reported on Friday, citing unidentified senior officials.

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Attacks force US to cut staff in Cuba and stop issuing visas

The US State Department is pulling out all families of employees and non-essential personnel from Cuba, after a string of mysterious sonic attacks against US diplomats, according to two US officials.

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Security firm finds some Macs vulnerable to 'firmware' attacks

(Reuters) - Since 2015, Apple Inc has tried to protect its Mac line of computers from a form of hacking that is extremely hard to detect, but it has not been entirely successful in getting the fixes to its customers, according to research released on Friday by Duo Security.