The Islamic State Has Called for Attacks Throughout Western Europe and North America in Celebration
The Islamic State (ISIS) terrorist group has called for its supporters to carry out attacks throughout Western Europe and North America in celebration of Ramadan.
In Manchester, the United Kingdom, mosques have refused to bury the remains of suicide bomber Salman Abedi.
In France, A former Guantanamo Bay inmate, Sabir Mahfouz Lahmar, was one of the six suspects arrested in Bordeaux as part of the security crackdown. Lahmar was freed in 2009 after France agreed to accept him back. Lahmar was one of six Algerians detained in Bosnia in 2001 on suspicion of planning to attack the US embassy in Sarajevo.
A gunman has attacked a Kingdom School in Saudi Arabia but no students were present at the time of the attack.
A Suicide car bomb exploded near the gate of the German Embassy, in Kabul, Afghanistan today, killing 80 and wounding 350 people. It was reported that ISIS foreign fighters from former Soviet Republics are gathering in Afghanistan for strikes on Russia.
An Australian flight was turned back after a passenger tried to force their way into a passenger jet cockpit.
Meanwhile, Russian forces reportedly carried out a series of cruise missile attacks on ISIS targets in Palmyra, Syria.
The US missile defense interceptor reportedly hit and destroyed an incoming test Inter-Continental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) over the Pacific yesterday. The test was the first of a new “kill vehicle” that uses thrusters to aim directly at an incoming warhead. The USS Carl Vinson Carrier Strike Group and the USS Ronald Reagan group are expected to commence joint exercises within the next few days. While North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, warned that his government is preparing to send a "bigger ‘gift package'" to the United States.
US President, Donald Trump, has announced that he is pulling the US out of the Paris Climate Change Accord.