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22 Dead, Dozens Injured in Manchester Bombing

22 Dead, Dozens Injured in Manchester Bombing

22 people have been killed and over 50 injured in a horrific terrorist attack following a concert in Manchester, UK. The blast took place last night as concertgoers began to file out of the building at the conclusion of the performance. The witness accounts and video captured of the chaos and carnage are terrifying. One witness described seeing “bodies, blood, and people’s belongings, scattered all about” as she ran out with the frightened and screaming crowds trying to exit the arena. The concert was that of American pop star Ariana Grande, who was popular among younger audiences. Sadly, children were […]

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Blast Kills 11, Injures Dozens in St. Petersburg (Video)

Blast Kills 11, Injures Dozens in St. Petersburg (Video)

In the latest bombing in Europe, a blast that rocked St. Petersburg, Russia today has killed 11 so far, and injured dozens more. One bomb detonated aboard a crowded metro train in Russia’s second largest city on Monday, and a second, far more powerful bomb, was thankfully diffused a few stations away. Putin has confirmed that the bombing is officially being investigated as a terrorist attack, and it seems to have quickly begun to be referred to as such by major media outlets. Police have announced they are looking for a suspect caught in CCTV cameras moments before the attack. […]

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Survival News: The Latest on the London Attacks

Survival News: The Latest on the London Attacks

We mentioned on Thursday the developing story about a potential terrorist attack in London, and you’ve probably heard by now that it was indeed to be a terror attack plotted out by a radicalized English national. Khalid Masood, 52, was killed in the attack after plowing through crowds of pedestrians on the Westminster Bridge before trying to crash into the barrier of the House of Parliament, stabbing a police officer before being gunned down himself. So far, five people have died as a result of injuries from the attack, either on impact or in the hospital. The fifth victim died Thursday […]

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Survival News: Attack in London One Year After Brussels Bombing

Survival News: Attack in London One Year After Brussels Bombing

Exactly one year ago today, Brussels, the cosmopolitan capital of Belgium, home to the EU and NATO headquarters, experienced a devastating, violent, terror attack that ripped the city apart. In two separate bombings, the city’s main airport and a busy, rush hour subway station were struck, killing 32 and injuring over 300. The attack came in the midst of a heated debate over the security risks of mass migration from war-torn, Middle Eastern countries, and were sadly confirming to those who had been concerned. Since this tragic event, Europe has continued to see rising crime rates, several terror attacks in […]

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Radicalized French National Shot Dead in Paris Airport

Radicalized French National Shot Dead in Paris Airport

Hours after shooting a police officer in the face, a French man of North African descent was shot dead in Paris’ Orly Airport after seizing a security officer’s gun. The attacker, 39-year-old Ziyed Ben Belgacem, was wanted for questioning by police, and earlier in the day had opened fire on a police officer in a suburb of Paris during an identity check. He then abandoned his vehicle, which was found later, and hijacked a woman’s car at gunpoint. At some point before being shot dead, he texted his father to tell him he’d shot at a police officer. His father and […]

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Holiday Terrorism

Holiday Terrorism

On their online magazine ISIS has threatened terrorist attacks all over the world on Christmas.  What does this mean for you and how can you protect yourself?  Here are a few tips on how to stay safe tomorrow.   As always, arm yourself. Recently Detroit Police Chief triggered the left when he said that citizens should be armed to not only fight back against “thugs” but also against terrorism. If possible travel by car since planes, busses, and trains have all, and will unfortunately again be, the targets of terrorism since those that use these means of travel are tightly […]

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Survival Considerations for a Terrorist Attack

Survival Considerations for a Terrorist Attack

Tomorrow is the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, and since that tragic day we have seen a dramatic increase in terrorist attacks around the globe. When we remember that fateful day in September of 2001, it’s hard not to think about what we would have done had we been in the vicinity. Of course, the very nature of terrorist attacks makes it difficult to protect yourself completely. They are carried out covertly and designed to take the victims of the attack by surprise. But there still are measures we can take to prepare ourselves to increase our chances of […]

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