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California shooting: Two cops killed; manhunt launched to nab accused

California shooting: Two cops killed; manhunt launched to nab accused

"Two officers dead, one injured in Palm Springs shooting; manhunt ongoing," the Palm Springs Police Officers Association said on Twitter.

No specific, credible terror threat to US: Barack Obama

No specific, credible terror threat to US: Barack Obama

President Barack Obama has said there is no currently no "specific and credible" information of a potential terror threat to the US, but cautioned his countrymen to remain vigilant.

Anonymous' Islamic State trolling day goes viral on Twitter with hilarious memes

Anonymous' Islamic State trolling day goes viral on Twitter with hilarious memes

To take on the dreaded militant group Islamic State in a peculiar way, Hacktivist group Anonymous organised a day of online trolling against ISIS on Friday.

Islamic extremists ignored contact attempts by wife in California shooting: Sources

Islamic militant groups ignored contact attempts from Pakistan-born Tashfeen Malik in the months before she and her husband killed 14 people at a California holiday party, probably because they feared getting caught in a US law enforcement sting, US government sources said on Thursday.

 

Majority of Americans view Islam negatively – this includes Democrats too

Majority of Americans view Islam negatively – this includes Democrats too

45 percent of Democrats have unfavourable views about Islam while only 27 percent are supportive towards the religion.

80 kms from San Bernardino, Gurdwara vandalised with 'F@#k ISIS' graffiti

80 kms from San Bernardino, Gurdwara vandalised with 'F@#k ISIS' graffiti

A Gurdwara has been vandalized in Los Angeles suburbs with hateful graffiti addressed towards ISIS, Sikh community leaders Wednesday said, fearing this "hate crime" is a repercussion of the California shooting.

California woman shooter who killed 14 may have travelled to India

California woman shooter who killed 14 may have travelled to India

The Pakistani woman suspect in the California mass shooting may have travelled to India from Saudi Arabia once in 2013, a year before she came to the US with her husband, a media report said today.

California shooters were radicalized for ''some time''

California shooters were radicalized for ''some time''

The couple died in a shootout with police several hours after their attack on Wednesday.

Hometown of California shooters reels after attack

Residents of Redlands, a small town east of Los Angeles, tried to come to terms Monday with their newfound fame as the site of one of the deadliest mass shootings in America.

California shooter attended female religious seminary​ in Pakistan

California shooter attended female religious seminary​ in Pakistan

The woman who along with her husband shot dead 14 people in California attended one of Pakistan`s most high-profile religious seminaries for women .

US shooter attended female madrassa in Pakistan: Teacher

The woman who with her husband shot dead 14 people in California last week attended one of Pakistan's most high-profile religious seminaries for women.

US President Barack Obama pledges to destroy ISIS in address

U.S President Barack Obama called the mass shooting in California an "act of terrorism" and pledged to destroy ISIS.

California shooting: Islamic State broadcast says group's followers carried out attacks

California shooting: Islamic State broadcast says group's followers carried out attacks

The Pakistani-origin couple who carried out the attack were "special agents of IS" and that they murdered the innocents in "response to so called US bombing of Muslims.

New York Times in rare front-page editorial calls for outlawing some rifles

 

Washington: The New York Times, in its first front-page editorial in nearly a century, on Saturday called for outlawing the kinds of rifles used in the California shooting massacre this week that left 14 people dead.

`California shooting linked to Islamic State and al Qaeda`

Days after shooting in Californian City San Bernardino claimed 14 lives, a top American think tank on Friday claimed the terrorist attack was conducted by perpetrators inspired by the Islamic State and possibly linked to al Qaeda.

California killing spurs concerns about fiance visa program

The woman who carried out the San Bernardino massacre with her husband came to the US last year on a special visa for fiances of US citizens, raising questions about whether the process can adequately vet people who may sympathise with terrorist groups.

San Bernardino shooting: `Syed Farook had contact with al Qaeda-affiliated group`

San Bernardino shooting: `Syed Farook had contact with al Qaeda-affiliated group`

San Bernardino shooter Syed Farook had contact with people from at least two militant organisations overseas, including the al Qaeda-affiliated Nusra Front in Syria, the Los Angeles Times reported on Friday, citing a federal law enforcement official.

California shooting puts focus on radicalisations in Pakistan

Pakistani national Tashfeen Malik and her Pakistani-American husband Rizwan Farook had links with Maulana Abdul Aziz, the cleric of Pakistan's Red Mosque.

From ''happy'' bride to shooter: Mosque members confounded by California massacre

Two years ago, Tashfeen Malik was a new bride radiating beauty and happiness at a reception for hundreds at a California mosque to celebrate her marriage to Syed Rizwan Farook.