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Watch: Costa Rica and U.S. leaders honor first responders, victims of 9/11

The U.S. Embassy and Costa Rican authorities on Friday paid tribute to the victims of the September 11 terrorist attacks.

Relatives in Panama still seek justice for 1994 terror attack

The Panamanian authorities have pursued two theories: that it could be a case of score-settling by drug traffickers, or that it was an anti-Semitic attack.

Seven arrested in Costa Rica for bomb attacks

OIJ found explosive equipment and devices similar to those used in the two attacks. 

Remembering the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks

Wherever you are in the world, we wish you peace and comfort. 

Costa Rica: Police detain suspect of threats against Ariana Grande concert

The man will face charges for threats and public instigation of a criminal act; authorities are evaluating his immigration status.

Costa Rica detains Somalian on terrorist alert

Costa Rican authorities say a suspected terrorist from Somalia was detained Wednesday on orders from U.S. immigration officers.

Obama presents plan to close Guantanamo prison

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. President Barack Obama on Tuesday presented a long-awaited roadmap to close the controversial U.S. military prison at Guantanamo Bay, saying it was time to shutter a facility that betrayed U.S. interests and values.

Jihadist shot dead attacking police on Charlie Hebdo anniversary

A jihadist wielding a meat cleaver was shot dead as he tried to attack a police station in Paris Thursday claiming to avenge French military action in Syria, a year to the day since the Charlie Hebdo massacre.

World prepares to welcome New Year despite terror fears

Madrid will limit the number of people at Puerta del Sol square, Brussels scrapped celebrations following threats and Moscow police will for the first time close off Red Square. Other cities are going ahead with normal New Year's Eve festivities.

Obama tries to ease anxiety over terror attacks with Oval Office address

U.S. President Barack Obama said on Sunday that recent attacks in Paris and San Bernardino, California, show that the threat of terrorism to the United States has entered a new phase, but he vowed that the nation will ultimately defeat the Islamic State and other militant groups.

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