terrorist activity

terrorist activity

verb anarchist's act, assassin's plot, criminal act, destroyer's action, enemy deed, enemy pursuits, enemy undertakings, fanatical act, fanatical action, foreign combatant's efforts, insurgent's acts, insurgent's plans, operations of combatants, radical efforts, rebel cell's plot, revolutionary plot, subversive plans
Associated concepts: enemy combatants, military tribunals, terrorist cells, U.S. Patriot Act, weapons of mass destruction
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Nigeria experienced the largest increase in terrorist activity with 7,512 deaths in 2014, an increase of over 300% since 2013
The new texts would affect persons involved in terrorist activity, as well as incitement, participation in preparation, assistance or training to carry out terrorist activities, the government said.
Police say Ashton Larmond is charged with facilitating terrorist activity among other charges.
Saudi Arabia today has some of the toughest counter-terrorism laws and regulations in the world, including strict financial controls, and has initiated a successful rehabilitation centre for young men accused of terrorist activity.
Al Mansouri said the most important aspect of the law is dealing with a terrorist activity right from the beginning and allowing to deal with it at all levels.
However, he patted his party's government for preventing any terrorist activity in the state and said, "We have not seen any terrorist strike on UP after September 17, 2011.
The government sources revealed that a federal agency has expressed concern that Punjab's foreign-funded educational institutions might become victim of a terrorist activity.
Interior Ministry of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan has rejected any involvement of Afghanistan government organs in terrorist activities and considered the claims as totally baseless, stressing that Afghanistan government particularly Afghan security forces were involved in no terrorist activity and called the Pakistan media reports related to killing Taliban leaders by Afghan organs as conspiracy.
The Kingdom included al-Harbi on its most wanted terrorist list for his ties to al-Qaeda and terrorist activity.
The primary challenge they face is finding the initial clues of possible terrorist activity.
He said: "These operations are carried out as a matter of routine to make the railways as difficult a target for terrorist activity as possible.
We hope that as well as disrupting and deterring possible terrorist activity, it will also provide visible reassurance to the travelling public that the police are being vigilant for their safety "The terrorist threat remains high nationally and it is important that the police and public alike remain vigilant against possible terrorist activity.