Brussels suspects

A screenshot taken from surveillance footage inside the Brussels airport shows suspected terrorists pushing luggage carts through the departure area before 2 loud explosions rocked the airport.

2 of the unidentified suspects wore suicide belts, black clothing, and each wore one black glove.

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Melissa Harris-Perry

MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry attacked the NY Times for showing the uncovered face of female terrorist Tashfeen Malik.

Malik, 28, and her husband Syed Farook, 27, gunned down 14 people and wounded 21 others in San Bernardino, CA on Wednesday. The couple later died in a fierce gun battle with police.

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Paris attacks

A witness captured riveting video of terrorists shooting at fleeing concertgoers at the Bacalan concert hall in Paris on Friday, Nov. 13. Gunshots and screams can be heard inside the theater. Parisians are seen dragging the wounded down the street, while others escape the carnage by climbing out windows.

129 are confirmed dead in the Paris attacks. 82 people died inside the theater. ISIS took responsibly for the slaughter in retaliation for the drone strike that killed ISIS executioner Mohammed "Jihadi John" Emwazi on Thursday.

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Paris attacks

UPDATE: The youngest of 3 suspects in the deadly Charlie Hebdo terror attacks in Paris was released by police after he surrendered to authorities today. Hamyd Mourad, 18, turned himself in to police after hearing his name connected with the terror attacks.

Mourad was released by police after class mates confirmed he was in class at the time of the attacks.

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Taliban slaughters school children in Pakistan

Taliban militants raided a school in Pakistan early Tuesday, killing 126 people-- mostly children -- and burned a teacher alive in front of terrified students, NBC News reports.

About 500 children and teachers were inside the Army Public School in Peshawar at the time of the terrorist attack.

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2nd Lt Darryn Andrews

As many as 14 U.S. soldiers may have lost their lives searching for Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, a traitor who deliberately deserted his army post in Pakistan 5 years ago.

President Barack Obama has come under fire for negotiation with the Taliban terrorist organization for Bergdahl's freedom. In exchange for bringing the traitor home, Obama agreed to release 5 dangerous Taliban terrorists from Guantánamo Bay, the American detention camp in Cuba.

Sondra Andrews’ son, 2nd Lt. Darryn Andrews, is one of five soldiers who was killed searching for Bergdahl.

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Obama Orders First Boston bombing suspect deported

Abdul Rahman Ali Alharbi, the Saudi national who was taken into custody moments after 2 bombs rocked the Boston Marathon, is being deported back to Saudi Arabia.

On Thursday, FOX News announced that Ali Alharbi, 20, was being deported back to Saudi Arabia on “national security grounds." Ali Alharbi entered this country on a student visa.

The deportation announcement came hours after President Obama met with the Saudi Arabia Foreign Minister at the White House. The meeting was not originally on Obama's schedule, according to Fox host Sean Hannity. The Saudi national's hasty deportation is being called "highly unusual".

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By all accounts, Times Square bomb suspect Faisal Shazad, 30, lived a quiet, simple life with his wife and two children in a Shelton, Connecticut suburb. Neighbors say they often saw the children playing outside, but Shahzad and his young wife kept to themselves.

"To me, they were regular people," said a former neighbor, Mary Ann Galich.

Shahzad's wife, Huma Mian, often wore a veil covering her tight curls and a robe, while Shahzad wore suits or casual clothing such as khakis.

On the exterior, the family's home life appeared happy and serene. But trouble was brewing just under the surface. An intense, seething hatred for America and everything Americans value seemed to set the quiet Shahzad on a course of self-destruction and attempted mass murder.

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