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Malaysia abruptly released a woman accused of murdering Kim Jong Un’s half brother with a nerve agent and won’t say why
An Indonesian woman named Siti Aisyah spent two years in jail on suspicion of killing Kim Jong Nam with a deadly nerve agent in Malaysia.
What Stanley McChrystal learned from Al Qaeda’s leader in Iraq before leading the operation to kill him
Al Qaeda in Iraq proved an challenging foe for US forces, and its leader left a lasting impression on the US Army general who hunted him down.
The newly released JFK files detail things like Lee Harvey Oswald's activities before the shooting and bizarre tip-offs before Kennedy's and Oswald's deaths.
Raziq had helped pacify Afghanistan's Kandahar province, and was seen as the US' biggest ally in the fight against the Taliban, but he had also been accused of torture.
These are the 15 Saudis suspected in the disappearance and alleged killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi
One suspect is a British-trained scientist suspected of dismembering Khashoggi's body, who allegedly told people they should listen to music while he did it.
The slain leader of a Russian-backed republic in Ukraine was reportedly killed by a bomb planted on a chandelier
An explosive devise that killed the prime minister of the Donetsk People's Republic was reportedly placed in a chandelier or floor lamp and ignited by a telephone call.
Prime Minister Alexander Zakharchenko was killed after a bomb exploded in a downtown Donetsk cafe called "Separ," meaning "Separatist."
Novichok is a ‘dangerous and sophisticated’ Soviet-era nerve agent — here’s how it works and why it’s so lethal
Novichok, a rare and highly toxic Soviet-era nerve agent, was used to attack former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia, UK authorities say.
The women charged with killing Kim Jong Un’s half-brother are highly trained assassins like in a James Bond movie, prosecutor says
"This type of assassination can only be seen in James Bond movies, and the two girls were not randomly picked as a scapegoat," the Malaysian prosecutor Wan Shaharuddin Wan Ladin argued.
Saudi Arabia plans to execute four men accused of training with Iranian soldiers in terror "camps." The ruling came just a day after the UN published a report which concluded that Saudi Arabia uses its strict anti-terror and national security laws to crackdown on dissent.