The bombing of a Gaza apartment building has become a focus of debate over civilian casualties in the Hamas-Israel war. For the people who lived there, it was much more than that.
Prosecutors said that Seth Aaron Pendley, 28, of Wichita Falls, Texas, had also boasted that he was at the Capitol on Jan. 6 when Trump supporters stormed the building.
City officials said that remains from the 1985 bombing, which were believed to have been cremated without the family’s permission, had apparently been saved in a box in storage.
The revelation that unidentified remains from at least one of the victims of a 1985 police bombing had been discarded without regard to the family’s wishes touched off fresh waves of pain and anger.
Was a huge blast at a Czech weapons depot sabotage by Russian spies? The villagers where it happened aren’t sure, but they do know they only want to watch James Bond films, not live inside one.
The probe will look at whether Unit 29155, an elite group of Russian intelligence operatives, is connected to a series of blasts at ammunition depots over the past 10 years.
Seth Aaron Pendley was arrested on Thursday and charged with plotting to blow up an Amazon data center in Virginia, prosecutors said.
Many people were feared injured when a succession of explosions rocked the Central African nation.
The officers were checking on a vacant home when they were injured by “a possible explosion from an unknown device,” the police said.
The force’s commissioner said everyone believed to be involved in the car bombing that killed Daphne Caruana Galizia was in custody. But a motive remains unclear.
The authorities are trying to determine why a device exploded, hurling shrapnel into a Michigan backyard.
A court in Belgium sentenced Assadollah Assadi, an envoy based in Vienna, to 20 years in prison for his role in a thwarted attack on a group that seeks to overthrow the Iranian leadership.
Officials said no one was injured in the attack. The church had been the target of protests over its messages against women, Jews, L.G.B.T.Q. people and the Black Lives Matter movement.
Officials said that more of the World War II-era grenades, which had been thought to be inactive, may have been sold this summer at an antiques mall in North Carolina.
Biometric data led President Trump to pardon an American soldier convicted of killing Afghan civilians. What if the data was wrong?
A car left in a parking garage at the Queens Place Mall contained a dog and what looked like a makeshift bomb, the police said.
Anthony Warner’s girlfriend told the police last year he was building bombs in his R.V. Police officials said they took their inquiry as far as they could at the time.
Officers visited the home of Anthony Warner after his girlfriend said he was producing explosives in his R.V., according to a police report. They said then that there was no evidence of a crime.
Investigators are questioning whether the perpetrator specifically targeted the building. The explosion disrupted 911 call centers, hospitals and cell service in several states.
DNA tests show that Anthony Warner blew himself up along with a chunk of downtown Nashville on Christmas morning.
Three people were injured and 41 businesses were damaged when an R.V. detonated downtown, but much about the case remains a mystery.
The explosion in Belle sent shrapnel flying across a river, and as a precaution officials told residents to shelter in place, closed a highway and shut down nearby schools.
The 1974 bombings of two pubs, killing 21 people, have become a case of justice long delayed and an enduring symbol of The Troubles.
A police helicopter dropped an explosive charge onto the roof of a rowhouse during an armed standoff in 1985. The resultant fire destroyed 61 homes in a West Philadelphia neighborhood.
Richard Holzer, 28, shared with undercover F.B.I. agents that he wanted to get a synagogue “off the map.”
Polish Navy divers tried to remotely neutralize a six-ton “Tallboy” dropped by the British, but the bomb had no intention of going quietly.
Gov. Kay Ivey offered to have state officials meet with lawyers for a maimed survivor of an infamous racist attack in Birmingham to discuss restitution for an “egregious injustice.”
The aid workers had taken the device to the home they were sharing in the Solomon Islands, a country littered with unexploded ordnance.
Sarah Collins Rudolph lost her right eye at age 12 when a bomb went off at the 16th Street Baptist Church and killed four Black girls, including her sister.
State Department officials have raised alarms about the legal risk in aiding airstrikes that kill civilians. The Trump administration recently suppressed findings as it sold more weapons to Gulf nations.
Jonathan Matthew Torres “preyed upon Beaumont,” terrifying residents days after a bomb spree in Austin, federal officials said.
The young people leading the huge volunteer effort after the recent blast are bringing hope, but have lost it themselves. “I want to at least have Beirut on its feet before I go,” one said.
Soldiers and civilians were among the dead. The explosions occurred in a town plaza and near a cathedral targeted in a suicide bombing last year.
Cabinet members are expected to step down amid anger over the devastating explosion last week in Beirut, according to the country’s health minister.
The videos offer clues into the blast’s cause and the strength of its destructive power.
Images from Beirut show the extent of the devastation from blasts that shook the Lebanese capital Tuesday evening.
The precise location of Friday’s explosion was unclear, but analysts said there are several military and training facilities in the area.
Many home fireworks are dangerous for kids and even illegal.
Residents of a coastal Oregon city voted to name a park for a 1970 explosion that rained chunks of rotting whale flesh on curious bystanders.