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The Print of India had reported that the IS had planned to assassinate the President during his visit to India.
BEIRUT: Two men were indicted Thursday on charges of plotting to assassinate Future Movement MP Bahia Hariri at the behest of the Israeli intelligence agency Mossad.
AFP reports North Korea on Friday accused the CIA of plotting with South Korea to assassinate the isolated country's leader Kim Jong-Un, amid soaring tensions in the flashpoint region.
Similarly, an Ohio man who tweeted: "My life goal is to assassinate Trump.
A TWITTER troll threatened to assassinate the First Minister because he "doesn't really like the SNP", a court heard yesterday.
Terrorists assassinate member of national reconciliation sub-committee inDamascus Countryside
The family of the injured journalist blamed the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) and its chief for orchestrating the attack to assassinate the journalist.
Speaking to a private TV channel, TTP spokesman Ehsanullah Ehsan said the group had set up squads of suicide bombers to assassinate Musharraf.
MANAMA: A landmark resolution condemning an alleged Iranian plot to assassinate a Saudi diplomat was adopted by the United Nations in New York early today - as it emerged the Saudi Ambassador to Bahrain was also an alleged target for assassination.
A landmark resolution condemning an alleged Iranian plot to assassinate a Saudi envoy was adopted by the United Nations in New York early today - as it emerged the Saudi Ambassador to Bahrain was also an alleged target for assassination.
Responding to a retired US Army officer who last month suggested the United States should assassinate Iranian officials, the Islamic Republic has now filed a formal diplomatic complaint with Washington and is portraying the off-hand remark as a statement of official American policy.
Liberia: Liberian police Wednesday denied there was ever any attempt to assassinate presidential hopeful Winston Tubman at a rally on the eve of the run-off vote.