A 15-year-old shot a teacher, three students and himself.
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No children received life-threatening injuries.
The attack killed 39 people and injured dozens of others.
Police thought they found the suspect when they arrested someone at the scene of the crime, but later said they didn’t have enough evidence to charge.
At least 12 died and 45 were injured in the incident that Berlin Police are calling a terrorist attack.
Russia's ambassador to Turkey was reportedly shot by a gunman at an art gallery.
Officials believe the same boy tried to bomb a separate event just 9 days earlier.
The explosions occurred after a heavily attended football game at Basiktas Vodafone Arena.
Norton Cyber Security shows people in India love public WiFi but don’t understand the risks that come with it.
The UK has announced its budget and plan for cybersecurity for 2016-2021.
French government officials have approved a decree to create a National Guard.
Thailand has increase security at tourist spots and airports after reports of a bomb.
“Hell broke out,” when students and police clashed on a South African campus while students protested for free education.
A year-long investigation finds that Asian companies are badly defended against cyber attacks.
After the terrorist attacks in Nice and Paris, officials are preparing children for potential terror attacks.
New York Times and other U.S. new outlets are the target of recent cyber breaches thought to be carried out by Russian hackers.
51 people were killed when a 12-year-old child entered a wedding and detonated a suicide vest.
After Ryan Lochte and fellow U.S. Olympic swimmers said they were robbed at gun point, the Brazilian police have found evidence the event never happened.
Fans waiting for hours in security checkpoint lines, shootings, kidnappings and bomb scares plague the Olympic opening days.
- By Sydny Shepard
- Aug 08, 2016