London on alert for up to 10 terror attacks at once

Illustrative photo of British policemen. (photo credit: Wikimedia Commons)

Illustrative photo of British policemen. (photo credit: Wikimedia Commons)

UK security officials fear fighters returning from Syria could launch assault with weapons of mass destruction

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As Europe bickers, police fire tear gas on migrants storming border

Stranded refugees and migrants try to ram down part of the border fence during a protest at the Greek-Macedonian border, near the Greek village of Idomeni, February 29, 2016. Reuters/Alexandros Avramidis

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U.S. test-fires ICBMs to stress its power to Russia, North Korea

Test launch: The unarmed Minuteman3 missile was launched from a base near LA on Saturday night, carrying a test re-entry vehicle to the Kwajalein Atoll in the Marshall Islands, 2,400 miles into the Pacific Ocean

Test launch: The unarmed Minuteman3 missile was launched from a base near LA on Saturday night, carrying a test re-entry vehicle to the Kwajalein Atoll in the Marshall Islands, 2,400 miles into the Pacific Ocean

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‘Highly dangerous’ radioactive material in Iraq stolen – report

This undated photo provided by the Georgia Interior Ministry shows part of a seizure of radioactive substances including iridium-192 and europium-152. Police in Kutaisi, Georgia arrested two people involved in the smuggling in February 2011 (photo credit: AP/Georgia Interior Ministry)

This undated photo provided by the Georgia Interior Ministry shows part of a seizure of radioactive substances including iridium-192 and europium-152. Police in Kutaisi, Georgia arrested two people involved in the smuggling in February 2011 (photo credit: AP/Georgia Interior Ministry)

Fearing an Islamic State dirty bomb, officials are searching for Ir-192 that went missing from a US-owned facility in Basra

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Greek farmers clash with riot police in pensions protest

Farmers clash with riot police during a protest outside Agriculture ministry in Athens, Friday, Feb. 12, 2016. Farmers from across Greece have begun gathering in Athens for a two-day protest against the government and its plans to impose new tax hikes and pension charges. Bailout lenders are demanding that Greece scrap tax breaks for farmers and impose pension reforms that will lead to higher monthly contributions from the self employed and salaried employees. (AP Photo/Thanassis Stavrakis)

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