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Prior to their visit to opposition party groups in Parliament, family members of the Ankara bombing victims visited the Ankara Public Prosecutor's Office and were informed by yE-cimen and Public Prosecutor Ramazan Dinc about the investigation process of the Ankara bombings.
SANA'A -- Although it was a resounding blast, the bombing that targeted the police academy cadets on Wednesday remains masked with ambiguity.
Boko Haram is believed to be behind the series of church bombings over three consecutive Sundays this month.
4 Ahmed Mohammed Hamed Ali, 1998 US embassy bombings.
Baluchi suicide bombers set off a bomb at a mosque in Chabahar Wednesday, killing 39 worshippers and prompting the government to expend far more effort blaming Israel and America for the bombing than the Baluchi rebel band that claimed responsibility.
Fire and Fury: The Allied Bombing of Germany, 1942-1945, by Randall Hansen, NAL, 368 pages, $25.
And it remains to be seen whether the case made against the RAF transfers as directly as Grayling believes to the USAAF bombing of Japan, including the controversy about the 6 and 9 August 1945 atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
Two of the most prominent victims of suicide bombings were Rajiv Gandhi, a former prime minister of India, killed in 1991 by a Tamil female bomber during a political rally, and similarly, Sri Lankan president Primadasa, assassinated in 1993.
Remember on the night of the pub bombings the Accident Hospital treated 217 people.
Jose Antonio Colina and German Rodolfo Varela, two former Venezuelan military officers, stand accused of bombing the Spanish Embassy and the Colombian consulate in 2003 in a reputed attempt to embarrass the government of President Hugo Chavez.
The July bombings reinforce likely terrorism exposures.
The bombings do not dramatically change the picture of our coverage.
The Bali bombings claimed 202 lives, mostly Western holidaymakers.
Even some reporters and pundits for the Western press who regularly fawn over "Putie," our dear "ally," have felt compelled to note the evidence that incidents such as the 1999 Moscow apartment bombings were actually provocations by Putin's agents.
The near-simultaneous attacks increased the lethality of the bombings, which targeted mainly Western tourists.