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Just a few days after the deadly Paris terrorist attacks, year-old Enes Omeragic walked into a small betting shop in the Sarajevo suburb of Rajlovac carrying an AK assault rifle. He immediately approached the table where the Bosnian army servicemen were sitting, ignoring the rest of people inside the shop, and after yelling Allahu Akbar opened fire, killing both of them in a matter of seconds. While fleeing the scene, he noticed another soldier in a city bus which was just entering the bus stop nearby. Without thinking he fired several rounds in his direction, slightly wounding him, and causing the injuries to the bus driver and two other passengers. Back in April , a lone gunman attacked a police station in the Bosnian town of Zvornik near the border with Serbia, killing an officer and injuring two others before being shot dead.

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The Clinton Administration said Sunday it is looking into whether U. Senior Administration officials said the Pentagon and the CIA are conducting separate investigations of the incident and hope to have a firm answer in a few days. Last week, top military officials asserted that U. Almost immediately after the F was shot down, U.
Washington — In-house newsletters from the clandestine National Security Agency have been released by an online news site — part of the mountain of documents leaked by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden. The newsletters reveal efforts to eavesdrop on a Russian crime boss, the search in Iraq for possible weapons of mass destruction and help with interrogations at the U. The man later was convicted of fraud and money laundering and sentenced to 14 years behind bars. In a newsletter article published Dec. In a more taxing assignment, the newsletter reports on a rendition where six Algerians, linked to a plan to bomb the U.