Turkey's President Erdogan reiterated the country’s resolute stance against terrorism after a bomb blast in southeastern Diyarbakir's Kulp district killed at least seven people. The district mayor was detained after the attack.
Around 600 people were evacuated when a World War II bomb was discovered in the old German city of Frankfurt. Specialists defused the bomb and declared it safe for residents to return.
No sooner were officers spared the agony of having to defuse the mines of the 1980s US-Soviet war than they found themselves in the eye of a bitter, bomb-infested storm between the Taliban, the US and their country.
Police say the "initial assessment" is that the items found in an unoccupied apartment in northwest London were improvised explosive devices.
A tanker truck explosion that caused a huge ball of fire has killed at least two and injured up to 70 people in Italian city of Bologna.
The ship was sailing near the Greek island of Crete carrying 29 containers with materials including ammonium nitrate, non-electric detonators and 11 empty liquefied petroleum gas tanks.
Russian officials say the blast was caused by a “homemade explosive device with the power equivalent to 200 grammes of TNT filled with lethal fragments."
Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar al Abadi announced victory in Mosul about two weeks ago after nine months of fighting against Daesh in their former de facto capital in Iraq.
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