A taxi exploded and burst into flames outside Liverpool Women’s Hospital on Remembrance Sunday. from: BBC News
from: BBC News Several papers lead with the car explosion outside a women’s hospital in Liverpool on Sunday.
The media must be more responsible when reporting on terrorism, terror attack survivors say.
Brescia, Italy, was one of the first Western cities devastated by the pandemic. It has adopted a famed ancient statue, “Winged Victory,” as the emblem of its recovery — and a prod for visits. From: New York Times
The suspected terrorist bombing comes a week after the UK warned about a possible attack. from: BBC News
The 24-year-old is detained at Manchester Airport on suspicion of a terrorism offence.
from: BBC News Home Secretary Priti Patel says police will change their plans to “properly” reflect the situation.
The former soldiers are accused of trying to form a mercenary force to fight in Yemen’s civil war. from: BBC News
Sunday’s front pages are dominated by reaction to the killing of Conservative MP Sir David Amess.
The killing of Tory MP Sir David Amess, stabbed at his constituency surgery, leads the front pages.
A former colonel describes a leadership making cash by any means, from drug factories to illegal arms deals. from: BBC News
The harrowing, personal stories of people caught up in the 2015 attacks take centre stage in Paris. from: BBC News
A law passed Thursday makes planning a terrorist attack a crime, addressing a legal loophole weeks after an ISIS sympathizer stabbed people at a supermarket. From: New York Times
from: BBC News A Burnley man tells a court he “did not attempt to murder” two women in a Marks & Spencer store.
A Rwandan court finds Paul Rusesabagina guilty of supporting a terrorist group.
Twenty years after the US ‘War on Terror’ began, Islamist movements have spread across Africa. from: BBC News
Yet, the failures in Iraq and Afghanistan obscure the striking success of a multilateral effort that extends to as many as 85 countries. From: New York Times
Two decades on, four people from around the world reflect on that day, and what’s changed since. from: BBC News
Survivors and families attend the long-awaited trial of 20 men accused of the deadly 2015 attacks. from: BBC News
Seven people were injured, three critically, in Auckland by a known supporter of Islamic State. from: BBC News