The Islamic State’s Amaq News Agency claimed that two stabbings at the Saint-Charles train station in Marseille, France were the work of its “soldier.” Separately, an attack in Edmonton, Canada is being investigated as a terrorist act.
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The RCMP arrested Suliman Mohamed, 21, in the Vanier area in Ottawa; he is charged with participating in terrorist activity and is linked to twins Ashton and Carlos Larmond, 24, who were arrested on Jan. 9 on suspicion of terrorism-related offenses. So far only two people, Carlos Larmond and Hasibullah Yusufzai, 25, of Vancouver, have […]
Authorities filed terrorism charges against Ashton Carleton Larmond and Carlos Larmond, 24-year-old twins from Ottawa who planned to travel abroad to engage in terrorist activity. Both men were arrested on Jan. 9; Carlos was at Montreal’s international airport and Ashton was in Ottawa. Officials at five Ottawa mosques denied knowing the two suspects, said to […]
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Former Ottawa resident John Maguire a.k.a. Abu Anwar al-Canadi, a Muslim convert, appeared in an Islamic State video yesterday urging Canadian Muslims to conduct lone-wolf attacks in Canada or travel to the Middle East for jihad. Canada shuttered its embassy in Cairo due to security concerns and reportedly asked Egyptian authorities to close down roads […]