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Russia's Defense Ministry claimed on Friday it had killed the Islamic State leader, Ibrahim abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, as well as up to 330 other fighters with an air strike on Raqqa at the end of May.
"The spread of fentanyl means that any encounter a law enforcement officer has with an unidentified white powder could be fatal." NBCNews reports.
Iranian media is reporting attackers raided Iran's parliament and mausoleum in a deadly raid that left seven people dead and 35 injured.
Alastair Newton, Alavan Business Advisory, weighs in on the possibility of the London Bridge attack resulting in backlash on local communities.
Philippine resort on lockdown after report of gunfire and explosions.
Bonnie Kalanick died in a boating accident near Fresno, according to a statement by Uber
The grand imam of Egypt's centre of Islamic learning, Ahmed al-Tayeb, called on Egyptians to "unite in the face of this brutal terrorism."
A death at the Harvard Dental School on Longwood is being investigated, according to NBC Boston.
It turns out size does matter when it comes to car safety.
The New York Stock Exchange observes a moment of silence for victims of the Manchester bombing in England.
CNBC's Willem Marx reports the latest details on the worst terror attack in the United Kingdom since the 2005 London bombing.
Richard Clarke, "Warnings" author and former White House terror czar, talks about the terror attack in Manchester, England and how to identify pending disasters.
Jack Tomarchio, Agoge Group president, provides analysis of the worst terror attack in the United Kingdom since the 2005 London bombing, and why the U.S. continues to be a target for terrorist, as law officials work together to gather intelligence on these groups.
CNBC's Willem Marx reports the latest details on a suicide bomb attack in Manchester, England after an Ariana Grande concert.
We struggle to understand the warped and twisted mind that sees a room filled with young children as an opportunity for carnage, says UK Prime Minister Theresa May providing an update on the deadly blast in Manchester, England that killed 22 people and injured dozens more.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May provides an update on the deadly blast in Manchester, England that killed 22 people and injured dozens more.