Behzad Bashiri arrived by boat in 2011, before allegedly threatening to bomb the country, intimidate citizens and strike police with a vehicle, The Herald Sun reports.
But despite Victoria Police appealing to Immigration Minister Peter Dutton to have him deported, he cannot be repatriated without his consent.
This chilling poster of Lionel Messi crying blood is being used in a campaign of terror by ISIS supporters to threaten to next year’s World Cup in Russia.
A socialist student group at Iowa State University has repeatedly made threatening comments about conservatives on social media, but the school says the comments are protected speech.
Maria Johansson, working environment specialist at the Swedish Migration Board, said the incidents “can be anything including an inappropriate comment related to a sexual act. This is not a common problem with us, but it is serious when it happens.”
Amir Ali Hajizadeh, commander of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corp’s airspace division claimed in an interview that Iran has the capacity to drop a 10-ton bomb he called “the father of all bombs,” from aircraft.
Well they’ve never lied before, right?
More than 10,000 people were evacuated from shopping centers, railway stations and universities in Moscow, following “almost simultaneous” warnings that they had been rigged with explosives.
An anti-fascist group whose members assaulted two Global News journalists at a demonstration in Quebec last weekend defended their actions Thursday and threatened more violence against journalists covering future protests in order to, according to the post, “make demonstrations safer” for the group.
Paris police say the man tried to force his way past security forces to go beneath the tower, but was quickly subdued. His identity wasn’t released, and his motives are unclear. An investigation is underway.
Police arrest knife-wielding man yelling ‘Allahu Akbar’ in Paris St-Germain shirt at Eiffel Tower as monument is evacuated
A history of psychological problems…
United States Attorney Randolph J. Seiler announced that Ehab Abdulmutta Jaber, age 46, of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, appeared before U.S. Magistrate Veronica L. Duffy on July 25, 2017, and pled guilty to an Indictment that charged him with Possession of Firearms by a Prohibited Person.
Frosty relations between the two Nato partners have chilled further in recent days over the Turkish authorities’ recent wave of arrests.
A German citizen, Peter Steudtner, and Amnesty International’s Turkey director, Idil Eser, were among those detained.
Emergency crews rushed to the scene at about 1.30pm local time, with US media reporting the vehicle struck a police car before it crashed into a barrier near the Library of Congress.
Belgian prosecutors said Thursday they were looking for further suspects in an emerging terror investigation and feared a possible fresh attack as the country remained on high security alert.
Only a few weeks ago Arizona Senator Jeff Flake was one of the Republicans being shot at during the mass murder attempt on Republicans by a Bernie Sanders volunteer. Apparently, he’s still a target of the deranged left.
North Korea released two new anti-U.S. stamps in celebration of its official “Struggle Against U.S. Imperialism” month.
The US Coast Guard has searched containers on board Maersk vessel in Port of Charleston and has determined that there is no dirty bomb. Threat is called off and terminal will reopen.