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  • Madrid

    On March 11, 2004, ten bombs went off virtually simultaneously in trains carrying commuters into Madrid. 190 people died in the attacks, with approximately 2,000 people wounded. Below is a timeline of events following the Madrid bombings in March 2004.
  • India

    Foreign Minister S M Krishna, on January 3, warned Pakistan that "compulsive hostility" is not going to help the process of dialogue. India, is most likely to be given a key responsibility by the UN Security Council in her fight against terrorism in acknowledgement of New Delhi's prominent role in the global war against terror
  • Tunisia

    For years, Tunisia was known mostly as the most European country of North Africa, with a relatively large middle class, liberal social norms, broad gender equality and welcoming Mediterranean beaches. But in January 2011 it took center stage as the launching pad of the wave of revolt that swept through the Arab world and beyond.
  • Russia

    March — Two blasts blamed on female suicide bombers ripped through packed Moscow trains during morning rush hour, killing at least 39 people, wounding dozens more and filling two stations with dense smoke as panicked commuters scrambled to escape.
  • London

    Greater Manchester Police said they had so far made 147 arrests and more than 70 people had already gone through the courts. Merseyside Police said they had made 77 arrests and charged 45 people. West Midlands Police said 445 people had been arrested and Nottinghamshire Police said they had arrested 109 people and charged 69.
  • Lybia

    Libya, an oil-rich nation in North Africa, spent more than 40 years under the erratic leadership of Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi before a revolt pushed him from power in August 2011 after a six-month struggle.
  • Yeman

    Ali Abdullah what they wanted him to retire as a vice president