Terrorism

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As defined by the US FBI, 'the unlawful use of force against persons or property to intimidate or coerce a government, the civilian population or any segment thereof, in the furtherance of political or social objectives'
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Thompson, whose mother was killed in the Oklahoma City bombing, added, "This program offers hope to those affected by terrorism that they will be able to move forward with their lives.
Over the past decade, THE NEW AMERICAN has published scores of stories on the Oklahoma City bombing, many of them major, groundbreaking reports.
11, during the Columbine massacre and following the Oklahoma City bombing,'' Feinstein said.
As the nation turns its attention to the Oklahoma City bombing trial and the memory of the tragic bombing that destroyed not only the Arthur P, Murrah Federal Building, but the lives of countless families, security issues in the workplace still of utmost concern.
Two months after the Oklahoma City bombing threw a spotlight on the armed wing of the Patriot movement, the incident has not thinned the Patriots' ranks or toned down their rhetoric.
history, the Oklahoma City bombing and the attack on the Word Trade Center in New York City.
Tibbetts has provided assistance to communities and families during the Oklahoma City Bombing, and worked with numerous organizations and airlines, which lost employees and family members, following the September 11th attacks in New York City.
On the eve of the 10th anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing, ABC News reported that a secret FBI report "identifies 22 domestic terror organizations as the current subjects of 338 active FBI field investigations.
The next package, delivered on the anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing and Columbine shootings, warned: ``I told the president to clean up his act, now I'm telling you to do the same,'' mentioning a postal supervisor by name.
The Oklahoma City bombing was an event that forever changed the lives of an entire community.
The first thing we thought of when we heard about the Oklahoma City bombing was, "It's those Waco avengers that Chip Berlet and Matthew N.
Renowned experts involved with recent national, state, and local events including 9-11, the Texas Bonfire Memorabilia Project, and the Oklahoma City Bombing will explore memorialization -- from national monuments to impromptu roadside memorials.