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terrorist

noun abductor, active combatant in the foreign theater of conflict, anarchist, assailant, assassin, attacker, combatant, demoniac force, destroyer, enemy alien, enemy combatant, enemy force, enemy operation, faction at war, fanatic, foreign assailant, foreign force, hostile force, insurgent, killer, mercenary, militant, murderer, opponent, radical, rebel, revolutionary, revolutionist, savage, subversive force
Associated concepts: Department of Homeland Security, enemy combatant, military tribunals, terrorist attacks, terrorist demands, terrorist groups, terrorist incidents, terrorrst networks, terrorist organizations
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The police officer claimed that the terrorists wanted to target key installations in the city.
He briefed that the terrorists were planning for major terror bid, while the terrorists also took help from SD cards in terrorist attacks for communicating.
Army repels wide-scale terrorist attack on military academies in Aleppo, inflicts heavy losses upon terrorists
Units of the Army and Armed Forces destroyed vehicles and dens of Jabhat al-Nusra terrorists and other terrorist organizations during special operations that targeted their gatherings in Daraa province.
we can account for the possibility that members of the populace simply lose interest altogether in any ongoing conflict between terrorists and the government.
Monstrous images of terrorists may be useful to filmmakers and politicians who want to thrill or frighten us, but they do little to help us restrain the temptation to use terror as a tactic against terror.
According to media reports, the terrorists who bombed the World Trade Center in 1993 allegedly financed their activities with counterfeit textile sales from a store in New York City.
Maritime counterterrorism efforts are too focused on port security and cargo containers, leaving cruise ships and ferries wide open to the possibility of deadly and costly terrorist attacks, according to a book-length study of the issue by Rand Corp.
The Coast Guard is studying passenger ferries to learn how terrorists might threaten them, the New York Times reports.
Some were gunned down by the terrorists while they tried to free after explosives were set off in the school; others were killed in the ensuing shootout between the terrorists and Russian security forces.
The highly respected International Institute for Strategic Studies in London has reported that "over 18,000 potential terrorists are at large with recruitment accelerating on account of Iraq.