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Over 1,000 Americans on Islamic State hit-list
Over 1,000 Americans on Islamic State hit-list

 An alleged hitlist of the Islamic State (IS) terror group has threatened over 1,000 US nationals, a media report said on Friday.

Hillary Clinton is one email away from prison: Bobby Jindal

Indian-origin Republican presidential aspirant Bobby Jindal on Tuesday attacked Hillary Clinton, saying the Democratic frontrunner is just a single email away from prison after she signed a sworn declaration that she has turned in all of her government emails.

FBI offers help to probe killing of Bangladesh blogger

Officials of US investigating agency FBI on Sunday met Bangladeshi officials and offered their expertise in probing the murder of secular blogger Niladri Chattopadhyay Niloy.

With 2.9 million likes, Indian Army tops popularity charts on Facebook!
With 2.9 million likes, Indian Army tops popularity charts on Facebook!

Indian army is surely ruling the popularity charts on Facebook! For the second time in as many months, the Indian Army's Facebook page has topped the People Talking About That (PTAT) ranking for Facebook pages.

FBI looking into security of Hillary Clinton private email account: Report
FBI looking into security of Hillary Clinton private email account: Report

The FBI has begun looking into the security of Hillary Clinton’s private email setup, contacting in the past week a Denver-based technology firm that helped manage the unusual system, the Washington Post reported on Tuesday, citing two government officials.

ISIS supporter in Florida charged with bomb plot: FBI
ISIS supporter in Florida charged with bomb plot: FBI

A self-professed Islamic State group supporter in the US state of Florida was charged with attempting to set off a backpack bomb, the FBI said.

China the main economic espionage threat to US: FBI

The US has witnessed a 53 per cent spike in economic espionage cases aimed at American firms, with a vast majority of the perpetrators originating from China with ties to the government, the FBI said.

Website linked to Tennessee shooting denies it sells guns

The website where friends of the Tennessee shooting suspect said he had purchased guns before last week`s attack denied on Thursday that it was in the business of selling weapons, saying it instead offered "a free speech forum."

Morocco says eight arrested over jihadist attack plots

 Morocco said eight people were arrested on Tuesday over alleged plots to carry out attacks mainly targeting security officials on behalf of the Islamic State jihadist group.

Blunders allowed Charleston accused to buy gun: FBI

The man accused of shooting dead nine black Charleston churchgoers was only able to purchase the handgun that killed them because of FBI failures, its director said Friday.

Background check mix-up let suspected Charleston shooter buy gun - FBI

The suspect in the killings of nine black churchgoers in Charleston, South Carolina, was able to buy a gun because of mistakes in a background check that should have revealed an admission of drug possession, Federal Bureau of Investigation Director James Comey said on Friday.

Charleston shooter able to buy gun due to background check mix-up: FBI

The Charleston shooting suspect should not have been allowed to buy a gun, but the 21-year-old charged in a church shooting rampage was able to purchase one in April because of a mix-up in his background check, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Director James Comey said on Friday.

FBI foiled terrorist plans to attack US on July 4

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) thwarted terrorist plans in recent weeks to attack United States during July 4 festivities and warned against potential new threats.

US disrupted July 4 attack plots: FBI

The United States disrupted an undisclosed number of plots to kill Americans on or around the Independence Day holiday, and arrested suspects with alleged links to the Islamic State group, the FBI said Thursday.

Scared of getting arrested if I leave Switzerland: Sepp Blatter
Scared of getting arrested if I leave Switzerland: Sepp Blatter

World football governing body FIFA's Swiss president Sepp Blatter has admitted he would not leave his country as he fears arrest.

FIFA's Jeffrey Webb charged in Cayman Island's corruption case: Reports
FIFA's Jeffrey Webb charged in Cayman Island's corruption case: Reports

Suspended FIFA vice-president and CONCACAF president Jeffrey Webb, already facing charges in soccer`s global bribery scandal, has now been charged in a healthcare fraud case in his native Cayman Islands, local media reported on Friday.

2 charged with conspiring with Boston man to help IS group
2 charged with conspiring with Boston man to help IS group

Two men were charged with conspiring to help the Islamic State (IS) group by plotting with a Boston terror suspect to kill a conservative blogger known for provoking Muslims.

Dutch FA reviewing 1996 sponsorship deal with Nike
Dutch FA reviewing 1996 sponsorship deal with Nike

The Dutch Football Association KNVB said on Wednesday it was reviewing its 1996 national team sponsorship deal with Nike after corruption allegations by U.S. investigators against a U.S. sportswear company with details matching a Nike deal in Brazil.

US wants to ensure world soccer operates with integrity: Obama
US wants to ensure world soccer operates with integrity: Obama

President Barack Obama on Monday made his first comments on the scandal enveloping soccer`s governing body, saying the sport is a "massive business" that needs to be run with integrity.

Russia and Qatar may lose World Cups `if bribery found`: FIFA official
Russia and Qatar may lose World Cups `if bribery found`: FIFA official

Russia and Qatar could lose the right to host the 2018 and 2022 World Cups if evidence is found of corruption in the bidding process, a FIFA official was quoted as saying on Sunday.