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Slain Italian Hostage ‘Had No Time for Simplistic Western Policy Agendas’

“I do love the people, the culture and the food of this part of the world,” Lo Porto told a professor who taught him in London.

The Cable

What Will Loretta Lynch’s Approach to Prosecuting Terrorism Look Like?

With people from Minnesota to California to Colorado to New York recently charged or convicted for ties to the Islamic State, it looks like Loretta Lynch is going to be overseeing a lot of terrorism cases when she’s likely confirmed as attorney general.

Report

Are Kenya's Efforts to Prevent Another Terrorist Attack Helping or Hurting?

Nairobi’s widespread crackdown after the Garissa university massacre sparks concern that it will cause even more suffering.

The Cable

Ohio Man Who Traveled to Syria and Back Arrested on Terror Charges

An Ohio man allegedly traveled to Syria to train with al-Nusra Front, then returned home to plot attacks. It's a rare instance of an American returning to U.S. shores after training with terrorists.

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Why the release of Mumbai attacks suspect could upend U.S. policy in Pakistan and India

Why Pakistan’s release of the suspected mastermind behind the 2008 Mumbai attacks isn’t just a strike against its ever fragile relationship with India, but one that could throw off the dynamic the U.S. has with both countries -- to everyone’s detriment.

The Cable

Why Cyber Threats Are the Latest Risk to Airplanes

Wi-Fi is giving hackers an entry point to attack airplane computers, creating the potential for disaster.

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