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8chan is a megaphone for shooters. 'Shut the site down,' says its creator

In recent months, 8chan has become a go-to resource for violent extremists. At least three mass shootings this year have been announced in advance on the site, often accompanied by racist writings that seem engineered to go viral on the internet.

Saudi Arabia says revamping education to combat "extremist ideologies"

Earlier this month, Crown Prince Mohammed told CBS in an interview that Saudi schools have been "invaded" by elements of the Muslim Brotherhood, which has been designated by Saudi Arabia as a terrorist organisation along with other militant groups such as al Qaeda and Islamic State.

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Q&A: Identifying Internet extremism and how to combat it

In the wake of Britain's third major attack in three months, PM Theresa May called on governments to form international agreements to prevent the spread of extremism online. Here's a look at extremism on the web, what's being done to stop it and what could come next.

Germany: Numbers of extremists heading to Syria, Iraq grows

Germany's domestic intelligence agency says the number of Islamic extremists heading to Syria and Iraq continues to grow

Politicians can move freely in Maoist-pockets in Jharkhand

Preventing exploitation by LWE in Jharkhand,police don't ask politicians to change routes.

Indonesia suspects held for poison plot

Sixteen people arrested in Indonesia are suspected of plotting to kill police personnel with cyanide and pen guns,authorities said.

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US fears radicals may take advantage of Pak flood situation

Groups on UN terror list,like Jamaat-ud-Dawah,have become highly visible in relief operations.

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German man detained in Pak was wanted for militant links

Pakistani officials said a German national detained by security forces in the country's northwest was wanted by German authorities for his alleged links with extremists.

Extremists must repent: Muslim scholars

Muslim scholars from around the world who met this week in Saudi Arabia's holy city Medina have denounced 'terrorism' and appealed to 'extremists' to repent.

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