- Ernantes K. Moses, 35, was charged with first-degree terroristic threatening for allegedly threatening a 70-year-old man with a knife in Honolulu’s Chinatown on Aug. 9.
- He was arrested shortly after the incident. His bail is set at $50,000.
- Moses is a felon who served time for assaulting a man at Ala Moana Beach Park in 2017.
- He previously slashed a man’s hand three times and threatened to kill everyone at a birthday party.
- If Moses is convicted, he may face up to five years in prison.
A man was charged for allegedly threatening an elder with a knife in Honolulu’s Chinatown.
Ernantes K. Moses, 35, was charged on Sunday with first-degree terroristic threatening for threatening a 70-year-old man in the 100 block of North Nimitz Highway at about 2:30 p.m. on Aug. 9.
Portland police are looking for an individual accused of vandalizing an Asian immigrant and refugee community center in the northeast part of the city.
The suspect, who was caught on surveillance camera, reportedly wrote “NPA” and “CPP” and also drew a gold hammer and a sickle on the door of the Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization’s (IRCO) Pacific Islander and Asian Family Center (PIAFC) at 8040 NE Sandy Blvd. The incident occurred at around 6 p.m. on May 11, according to the authorities.
- The Baloch Liberation Army’s Majeed Brigade claimed responsibility for the attack on a van that killed three Chinese nationals and a Pakistani driver at the University of Karachi’s Confucius Institute in Pakistan.
- The suicide bomber was identified as Shari Baloch, whom the group says was their first woman assailant involved in a sucide attack.
- The Chinese Embassy in Pakistan confirmed the deaths of three Chinese teachers, including the director of the institute, and called on Pakistan “to make every effort to treat the wounded, conduct a thorough investigation of the attack, and severely punish the perpetrator.”
- Chinese nationals have been the targets of separatists from Balochistan, a province where Beijing is involved in infrastructure plans as part of its Belt and Road Initiative, who resent the presence of foreign mining in the region.
A woman suicide bomber from a Pakistan separatist group killed four people in an attack on a van carrying staff from China’s Confucius Institute at the University of Karachi.
In surveillance footage shared to Twitter on Tuesday, the woman can be seen standing by the entrance gate of the institute with her back towards an approaching white van before an explosion occurs.
Jumpei Yasuda, the Japanese freelance journalist who was believed to have been kidnapped while reporting from Syria between June 20 to 23 in 2015, has reportedly resurfaced pleading for help in a recent hostage video.
In the 20-second video which emerged online on Tuesday, Yasuda was seen kneeling while wearing an orange jumpsuit.
Three Chinese students sustained multiple injuries after a man deliberately rammed his car into a crowd of people near a school in southern France on Friday.
The victims, all in their 20s, were reportedly on a crosswalk in front of the Blagnac campus of the Institute for Social Research in Toulouse city when the man drove his car into them.
Newly released files recovered from the 2011 raid of Osama Bin Laden’s compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan reveal that his fighters may have been spending their free time playing Japanese RPG video games and watching anime.
Pirated copies of video games, Arabic-subtitled anime, erotic media and others were among the 470,000 files released by the United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) on Monday.
Panic erupted at a popular hotel resort near Manila’s Ninoy Aquino International Airport after a gunman allegedly opened fire inside the casino of the establishment.
Raw footage from the scene showed bloodied people being brought out in stretchers from Resorts World Manila in Pasay City, Philippines.
It has now been four days since armed insurgents, reportedly linked to the so-called Islamic State, stormed Marawi, a city in the southern part of the Philippines.
The crisis has brought such chaos that it has prompted President Rodrigo Duterte to immediately invoke martial law not just in the city but on the entire island of Mindanao, reports RT. Since then, social media platforms have been flooded with terrifying images revealing the situation in the besieged city.
China is now in the crosshairs of ISIS with the terrorist group releasing a half-hour video vowing to “shed blood like rivers” in attacks against the country.
The young fighters shown in the video are believed to be Uyghur militants from China’s Xinjiang province attentively listening to preachers. The group announced that they are planning to return home to their country to carry out their mission. According to U.S.-based SITE Intelligence Group, the video originated from western Iraq.
China wants residents in a troubled part of the country to have GPS tracking installed in their cars so their movements can be monitored 24/7.
The measure has been ordered by Chinese security officials to be implemented on the Bayingolin Mongol Autonomous Region of Xinjiang, following a spate of deadly, violent crime in the area.
Alpha Cheng is the son of accountant Curtis Cheng who was killed in a shooting outside a police headquarters in Parramatta, Australia back in 2015. He is now one of many who are taking issue with Trump’s list of “under-reported” terror attacks.
The attack in Australia was reportedly perpetrated by a 15-year-old teenager who was killed by responding officers.
Bahrun Naim, an Indonesian militant fighting for the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, used online financial services to fund terrorist activities in his home country.
The information comes from PPATK, an Indonesian agency against money-laundering, which claimed that Naim transferred PayPal and bitcoin funds to comrades in Java.