Accessed on 06 December 2018, 1542 UTC, Post 827.
“New York Times”, 06 December 2018.
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Comment: Here is a collection of recent articles on worldwide terrorism compiled by the New York Times. Views expressed are those of the reporters and correspondents.
U.S. Airstrike Kills Senior Taliban Commander in Afghanistan
Mullah Abdul Manan, who led the Taliban’s brutal campaigns in southern Afghanistan, was killed as American diplomats push the group to join peace talks.
ISIS Official Known for Caging Foes Is Captured by Iraq
The captured operative was a midlevel official best known for having paraded captured Kurdish soldiers in cages.
By FALIH HASSAN and ALISSA J. RUBIN
U.S. Asks, Are You a Terrorist? Scottish Grandfather Gives Wrong Answer
John Stevenson, 70, and his wife may have to cancel their New York holiday because of a mistake he made on an online form.
By PALKO KARASZ
Militant Leader Known for Daring Escape Is Gunned Down in Kashmir
Indian forces said they had killed Naveed Jatt, a charismatic fighter who escaped police custody and is accused of assassinating a newspaper editor.
By SAMEER YASIR and JEFFREY GETTLEMAN
Twin Brothers Plead Guilty to Bronx Bomb-Making Plot
A former charter schoolteacher and his twin brother admitted in federal court that they stockpiled 32 pounds of explosives in their apartment.
By BENJAMIN WEISER
The New Radicalization of the Internet
Jihadists and right-wing extremists use remarkably similar social media strategies.
By THE EDITORIAL BOARD
Chinese Presence in Pakistan Is Targeted in Strike on Consulate in Karachi
The attack was claimed by a separatist group from Baluchistan Province, the center of Chinese investment in Pakistan. Separately, dozens were killed in a bombing in the northwest.
By MEHER AHMAD and SALMAN MASOOD
American-Israeli Teenager Is Sentenced to 10 Years for Bomb Hoaxes
The 19-year-old from southern Israel was a minor when he began his campaign of terror, which forced school evacuations and grounded planes.
By ISABEL KERSHNER
U.K. Panel Finds ‘Litany of Errors’ in Response to Terrorist Attacks
The parliamentary report contained an unusual admission by MI5 that it had failed to track a suspect and concluded that the security services needed to coordinate more.
By ALAN COWELL
America: The Highlight Reel
It’s worth noting, in a world that often seems heartless, that there are plenty of fellow citizens doing the right thing.
By THE EDITORIAL BOARD
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