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August 23, 2016

Boy Part of ISIS Wave of Attacks in Turkey is Disrobed of Explosives in Kirkup


~You might find video graphic~
 Guards carefully remove vest full of explosives from boy’s chest

The boy was part of a wave of Islamic State attacks on the city of Kirkuk. Kurdish officials apprehended him in a Barcelona Lionel Messi jersey, and said he burst into tears when initially questioned by a security officer.

The video shows Kurdish police carefully holding the boys arms apart as they carefully remove the explosive belt full of shrapnel from underneath his shirt.

Hours before the boy’s arrest, an ISIS suicide bomber blew himself up outside a Shiite Mosque, wounding three. At the same time, one of the boy’s accomplices blew himself up near a checkpoint, but did not hurt any one else. “There is a dangerous campaign tonight against Kirkuk,” a Kurdish security official told Rudaw news after the arrest.



The boy told Kurdish intelligence officials he was kidnapped by ISIS fighters in Mosul, and that the terrorists had forcibly strapped the bomb to him. Intelligence officials indicated the boy’s story may not have been a ploy to avoid punishment by security forces.

The boy’s arrest came just 24 hours after another ISIS child soldier between the ages of 12 and 14 blew up a bomb at a Kurdish wedding party in Turkey Saturday, killing 50 people and wounding nearly 70. Turkish President Recep Tayip Erdogan indicated the boy may have been wearing a remotely-controlled suicide belt.

The suicide bombing wave in Kirkuk is likely an attempt to weaken Kurdish resolve as preparations continue for an assault on the city of Mosul. ISIS seized Mosul in 2014, and it is the last major city inside Iraq that it fully controls. The U.S. plan to encircle Mosul, relies heavily on Kurdish Peshmerga forces, who have proven to be the most militarily capable force inside Iraq.

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February 5, 2016

One Passenger Missing and a Gapping hole on the PlaneWhere Passenger Sat


There is one passenger missing and I believe is the same passenger who most’ve had an 
explosive device with him. I think is a matter of time wether we find out wether it was 
a bomb or an electronic device which could have exploded accidentally.  The following report was originally posted at msn.com  and  AFP


One passenger is missing after a blast on a commercial airliner that ripped a hole in its fuselage shortly after take-off from Somalia's capital, the airline said Thursday.
"All passengers except one disembarked safely after aircraft landed at the airport," Daallo Airlines said in a statement. "Investigations are underway to ascertain the cause of one missing passenger."
Aviation experts and the pilot who landed the plane safely in Mogadishu after the explosion on Tuesday have said they fear the blast was a bomb. There has been no official confirmation of the cause of the explosion.
In this Tuesday, Feb. 2, 2016 photo, a hole is photographed in a plane operated by Daallo Airlines as it sits on the runway of the airport in Mogadishu, Somalia. A gaping hole in the commercial airliner forced it to make an emergency landing at Mogadishu's international airport late Tuesday, officials and witnesses said. AP Photo© AP Photo In this Tuesday, Feb. 2, 2016 photo, a hole is photographed  It was not clear if the missing passenger had been on the plane and was potentially blown up in the blast -- or sucked out through the ragged hole ripped in the metal -- or if there was some miscounting with the list of those on board.
Photographs showed a large hole -- about a metre in diameter -- just above the engines on the right wing, with streaks of soot on the plane.
"Two passengers have been reported to have suffered minor injuries and they were taken to the hospital for treatment," Daallo added.
The airline operates flights across Somalia and the wider Horn of Africa and Gulf region.
Somalia's government has said the blast was believed to be caused by a problem with the air pressure.
"The flight was approximately 15 minutes in the air when the incident happened which caused a hole in the fuselage," Daallo added.
The airline said the "incident is currently being investigated" by the Civil Aviation Authority in Mogadishu, as well as a technical team from the aircraft's owners.
The Serbian pilot has said he thought the blast, which ripped the fuselage from inside to out, had been an explosive device, according to reports in the Serbian newspaper Blic on Wednesday. 
Pilot Vladimir Vodopivec, 64, told a friend he thought it was "a bomb", without giving more details.
Vodopivec added that the blast did not damage the navigation systems, and while cabin pressure was lost, he was able to guide the plane back safely to land at Mogadishu airport.
Aviation safety expert Xavier Tytelman said Wednesday he had compared images of the blast with photographs of previous explosions, and it had all the appearances of a bomb.
It was not caused by any issue of pressurisation, he said, for the blast ripped the metal outwards.
Explosion on a Somalia airliner: Graphic showing the flight of commerical airliner that landed safely back at the Somali capital Mogadishu after an explosion on board© Provided by AFP 

August 24, 2013

Russian Post Office Mistakes Dildo For Bomb


A post office in Russia

KIROV, August 23 (RIA Novosti) – A post office in central Russia was evacuated on Friday after a package started “making strange noises,” prompting fears of a bomb that turned out to be a vibrator, police said. It leeds me to believe that they never seen a dildo. I guess they use the real thing.
Police did not send in a bomb squad but instead tracked down the shipper, a local woman who confessed to the box’s intimate contents, a spokesman for the Kirov Region police department told RIA Novosti.
The woman was going on a trip and wanted to have the dildo with her but did not want to have it in her luggage, so she tried to mail it to herself, the spokesman said.
Police did not press any charges and commended post employees for their vigilance, the report said.
Russia’s post offices seem to have bad luck with sex toys: In 2011, a similar story played out in the northern Republic of Karelia, also prompting the evacuation of a post office over a vibrator that went off at an inopportune moment.

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