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Terrorism

Catholic Chapel at 9/11’s Ground Zero may close due to rent increase

In 2005 the church was refurbished as a memorial to the victims of the terrorist attack

Swiss Guard prepared for terrorist attack, commander assures

Personal protectors of Peter up their training to face threats

Terrorist cell in Barcelona thought to have planned larger attack

Investigators uncover evidence that points to possible attack on the Sagrada Familia basilica

Pope condemns “blind violence” in terrorist attacks in Spain

Pope Francis sends message of condolence to victims of attacks in Barcelona and Cambrils.

Pope assures prayers for victims in Barcelona

Expresses his closeness to the people of Spain

The miracle that saved a priest from a jihadist’s knife

The terrifying experience of Franciscan Father Abuna Nirwan in Iraq

Looking back: How Pope Francis responded to the death of Fr. Jacques Hamel

The pope continues to make declarations calling for a universal condemnation of religiously motivated violence

As the battle for Mosul subsides, the fight against trauma begins

How does an entire generation move on from such horrors?

Russians launch missiles against ISIS from Mediterranean

Senator Viktor Ozerov is "nearly 100 percent" certain that earlier attack killed ISIS leader

Manuscripts saved from the Islamic State to be exhibited in Rome

What motivated the Dominicans in the 18th century to establish a community at the heart of the Nineveh Plains?

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