Eric Schmitt and Michael S. Schmidt, The New York Times | Monday April 22, 2013
The two men suspected in the Boston Marathon bombings were armed with a small arsenal of guns, ammunition and explosives when they first confronted the police early Friday, and were most likely planning more attacks, the authorities said on Sunday.
Indo-Asian News Service | Sunday April 21, 2013
The two Boston Marathon bombing suspects had at least six bombs - three of which exploded, handguns and a rifle when police officers first confronted them in a dark residential street in Watertown, a Boston suburb, police said on Saturday.
Press Trust of India | Friday February 1, 2013
Increasing radicalisation within Pakistan's military could lead to its nuclear weapons being hijacked by radical Islamists, a Pakistani scientist has warned.
Agence France-Presse | Tuesday June 5, 2012
US President Barack Obama confronted the ultimate security nightmare early in his administration -- the possibility that the Taliban had acquired a nuclear bomb, according to a new book published on Tuesday.
Associated Press | Wednesday December 7, 2011
Afghanistan's president vowed on Wednesday to confront the government in Islamabad over a devastating suicide bombing against a Shiite shrine in Kabul that he said originated on Pakistani soil.
Matthew L. Wald and Charlie Savage, NYT News Service | Thursday April 8, 2010
Federal air marshals confronted a passenger who had apparently lit a cigarette in an airline lavatory on Wednesday night, leading NORAD to scramble two fighter jets and a phalanx of law enforcement officials to meet the plane, United Flight 663, when...