Afghanistan: Taliban destroys bridge on Kabul-Jalalabad highway

Taliban destroyed a bridge on the Kabul-Jalalabad’s second-lane road in Surkhrod district of Nangarhar province, Pajhwok News reported. The bridge was blown following the Taliban attacks on a checkpoint in Fatehabad area of the district. The second-lane was mostly used Read More …

Nigeria: Boko Haram blows up power tower in Maiduguri

Barely three days after electricity was restored in Maiduguri, Boko Haram terrorists have plunged the North-East city into darkness again after blowing up a power tower on Saturday. In January, the terrorists had struck power installations thrice to keep the Read More …

Russia: FSB foils terror attack on power facility in Kaliningrad Region

The Federal Security Service (FSB) has apprehended a Russian national plotting a terror attack on a power facility in the Kaliningrad Region out of hatred for authorities, the FSB press office told TASS on Thursday. “The Federal Security Service has Read More …

Afghanistan hit by blackouts after power pylons destroyed

Afghan households and businesses in about a third of the country have been hit by blackouts after electricity pylons in the northern province of Baghlan were blown up over the weekend, the main power utility said on Monday. The utility, Read More …

The Oklahoma City Bombing: Its Aftermath and the Evolution of Soft Target Protection

Twenty-five years ago, a truck bomb detonated in front of a federal building, killing at least 168 people and injuring more than 680 people. How did enterprise security change after the event? At 9:02 a.m., on the morning of April Read More …

Australia: Joint Counter Terrorism Team operation in Tapitallee

A NSW Joint Counter Terrorism Team operation is being conducted at Tapitallee, west of North Nowra. Around 7am at least half a dozen unmarked vehicles assembled in a Tapitallee street. The South Coast Register understands teams from the Australian Federal Read More …

Drones are levelling the playing field in the asymmetrical arms race – and superpowers are worried

The potential use of drones to cripple as much as half of Saudi national oil production this week highlights a growing threat in modern-day conflict. The attack has shown that Saudi Arabia — the world’s third largest defence spender — Read More …