Terrorist Attack in Norway

By William Tucker
This is a short compilation of what has been confirmed thus far. It has been reported that a car bomb struck Oslo, Norway late in the afternoon today.
The blast seat from the bomb has not been shown in the media, but the area of damage appears to have affected a little more than half a city block.

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In Libya, the War Continues

By William Tucker
It has been several months since the war to oust Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi began in earnest with rebel forces from the east, back by NATO air support, pressing towards Tripoli. Although NATO support began with operations taken under a UN resolution to protect civilians from Gaddafi’s troops, the missions seems to have changed to direct support of the rebels as western nations formally recognized the NTC in Benghazi as the legitimate government of Libya.

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Bombing in Mumbai

By William Tucker
Terrorism struck the Indian city of Mumbai again yesterday killing at least 18 people and wounding many more. The attack consisted of several improvised explosive devices using ammonium nitrate and was designed to be detonated remotely. Although it has been confirmed that three devices were used in the attack it has been suggested by several sources that there were more IED’s that didn’t function properly.

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Syrian President Likely Ordered Attack on U.S. Embassy

By William Tucker
The U.S. and French Embassies, including staff, were attacked earlier today shortly after state controlled media ran a rather inflammatory article. Both the U.S. and French ambassadors had recently visited the city of Hama – a hotbed of regime dissenters – as a way to convey the displeasure both nations have with the strong handed crackdown on anti-regime protests.

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