Anthony Faiola And Souad Mekhennet The Washington Post

'Anthony Faiola And Souad Mekhennet The Washington Post' - 7 News Result(s)

  • How ISIS Uses Messaging Apps To Recruit Children In Europe
    World News | Anthony Faiola, Souad Mekhennet, The Washington Post | Sunday February 12, 2017
    The package ordered online arrived at his second-floor apartment on a brisk Saturday morning, a cardboard box packed with magnesium, potassium nitrate and aluminum powder for a homemade bomb. Weeks ahead of the attack, police said, the terrorist cell's leader - an Islamist his comrades called the Emir - had issued precautionary orders.
  • Why A German-Born Soccer Star Of Muslim Descent Had To Choose Between His Faith And His Career
    World News | Anthony Faiola, Souad Mekhennet, The Washington Post | Thursday February 9, 2017
    He broke out of his tough Berlin neighborhood in a pair of cleats, reaching the top tier of professional soccer. The German army held a photo op when the famous son of Tunisian immigrants signed up for his military service. At an award event in his honor, he hobnobbed with members of Chancellor Angela Merkel's cabinet.
  • Arrested German Spy Was A Onetime Gay Porn Actor - And A Secret Islamist
    World News | Souad Mekhennet, Anthony Faiola, The Washington Post | Thursday December 1, 2016
    Two weeks ago, German intelligence agents noticed an unusual user in a chat room known as a digital hideout for Islamic militants. The man claimed to be one of them - and said he was a German spy. He was offering to help Islamists infiltrate his agency's defenses to stage a strike.
  • 'He is a Barbaric Man' - the Belgian Who May be Behind the Paris Attacks
    World News | Anthony Faiola, Souad Mekhennet, The Washington Post | Tuesday November 17, 2015
    On the night of Jan. 2, Belgian authorities closing in on a terror cell in the town of Verviers intercepted a telling piece of intelligence. Homegrown terrorists were plotting to gun down police officers, and they discussed their plans by phone with a superior in Athens - a Belgian man whom authorities believed to be a puppet master in the Islamic ...
  • French Officials Think As Many As 20 Plotters May Be Behind Paris Attacks
    World News | Anthony Faiola, Souad Mekhennet, The Washington Post | Monday November 16, 2015
    French police on Sunday issued an urgent alert and released a photo of an eighth suspect: the 5-foot-7-inch Salah Abdeslam, a Belgian-born French national.
  • French Police Detain 7 for Questioning in Paris Siege
    World News | Anthony Faiola, Souad Mekhennet, The Washington Post | Sunday November 15, 2015
    French police took seven people in for questioning Sunday in connection with the deadly siege that killed at least 129 people on Friday night, expanding an international dragnet and investigation that now stretches from the Aegean Sea to the teeming Paris suburbs.
  • Paris Attacks: 'Act Of War' Was Work Of 3 Teams, Say Officials
    World News | Anthony Faiola and Souad Mekhennet, The Washington Post | Sunday November 15, 2015
    French authorities on Saturday said the horrific rampage of bullets and explosions that left 129 dead in Paris on Friday was carried out by suicide bombers connected to the Islamic State who broke into three groups with a single objective: to kill as many people as possible.

'Anthony Faiola And Souad Mekhennet The Washington Post' - 7 News Result(s)

  • How ISIS Uses Messaging Apps To Recruit Children In Europe
    World News | Anthony Faiola, Souad Mekhennet, The Washington Post | Sunday February 12, 2017
    The package ordered online arrived at his second-floor apartment on a brisk Saturday morning, a cardboard box packed with magnesium, potassium nitrate and aluminum powder for a homemade bomb. Weeks ahead of the attack, police said, the terrorist cell's leader - an Islamist his comrades called the Emir - had issued precautionary orders.
  • Why A German-Born Soccer Star Of Muslim Descent Had To Choose Between His Faith And His Career
    World News | Anthony Faiola, Souad Mekhennet, The Washington Post | Thursday February 9, 2017
    He broke out of his tough Berlin neighborhood in a pair of cleats, reaching the top tier of professional soccer. The German army held a photo op when the famous son of Tunisian immigrants signed up for his military service. At an award event in his honor, he hobnobbed with members of Chancellor Angela Merkel's cabinet.
  • Arrested German Spy Was A Onetime Gay Porn Actor - And A Secret Islamist
    World News | Souad Mekhennet, Anthony Faiola, The Washington Post | Thursday December 1, 2016
    Two weeks ago, German intelligence agents noticed an unusual user in a chat room known as a digital hideout for Islamic militants. The man claimed to be one of them - and said he was a German spy. He was offering to help Islamists infiltrate his agency's defenses to stage a strike.
  • 'He is a Barbaric Man' - the Belgian Who May be Behind the Paris Attacks
    World News | Anthony Faiola, Souad Mekhennet, The Washington Post | Tuesday November 17, 2015
    On the night of Jan. 2, Belgian authorities closing in on a terror cell in the town of Verviers intercepted a telling piece of intelligence. Homegrown terrorists were plotting to gun down police officers, and they discussed their plans by phone with a superior in Athens - a Belgian man whom authorities believed to be a puppet master in the Islamic ...
  • French Officials Think As Many As 20 Plotters May Be Behind Paris Attacks
    World News | Anthony Faiola, Souad Mekhennet, The Washington Post | Monday November 16, 2015
    French police on Sunday issued an urgent alert and released a photo of an eighth suspect: the 5-foot-7-inch Salah Abdeslam, a Belgian-born French national.
  • French Police Detain 7 for Questioning in Paris Siege
    World News | Anthony Faiola, Souad Mekhennet, The Washington Post | Sunday November 15, 2015
    French police took seven people in for questioning Sunday in connection with the deadly siege that killed at least 129 people on Friday night, expanding an international dragnet and investigation that now stretches from the Aegean Sea to the teeming Paris suburbs.
  • Paris Attacks: 'Act Of War' Was Work Of 3 Teams, Say Officials
    World News | Anthony Faiola and Souad Mekhennet, The Washington Post | Sunday November 15, 2015
    French authorities on Saturday said the horrific rampage of bullets and explosions that left 129 dead in Paris on Friday was carried out by suicide bombers connected to the Islamic State who broke into three groups with a single objective: to kill as many people as possible.
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