As Afghanistan votes, recent high-profile attacks – including the killing of a Western journalist today – have intensified questions about Afghan capabilities in a year of political and military transition.
Investors in East Africa’s largest economy are used to the possibility of terror attacks, but a recent bombing in Nairobi's business district and others highlight Kenyan's continued struggle with security.
A Harvard study one year after the Boston Marathon bombings extols the immediate response of police, medical personnel, and bystanders but notes that the chase after Dzhokhar Tsarnaev days later became dangerously uncoordinated.
A group known as Soldiers of Egypt claimed responsibility for three bombs that exploded outside Cairo University Wednesday, killing two people including a police brigadier-general, and wounding five others. Police found a fourth bomb in the area.
Chinese and US tourists are showing their disapproval of Malaysia's handling of flight MH370's disappearance by taking their travel plans elsewhere, early surveys suggest. Will this work against Malaysia's emerging tourism economy long term?