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The Royal Canadian Mounted Police arrests two suspects in Ottawa for alleged terrorism offences.
Russia's telecommunications regulator, Roskomnadzor, considers blocking YouTube as it accuses the platform of "terrorism and of endangerment of Russian citizens' lives."
The first of seventy British military personnel arrive in Somalia to help combat the threat of Islamist militants. The remaining troops will join the United Nations peacekeepers and AMISOM soldiers in countering Al-Shabaab later on this year. This deployment is part of a greater effort by the United Kingdom to target terrorism.
The President of France, François Hollande, presents the Légion d'honneur to four people, three of them Americans, Spencer Stone, Alek Skarlatos, Anthony Sadler; and Briton Chris Norman, for foiling a suspected terrorist act last Friday.
Canadian Police foil a planned Valentines Day massacre in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Royal Canadian Mounted Police extend a national manhunt for a 24-year-old gunman who killed three police officers and wounded two others in a shootout in Moncton.
China sentences 20 men of the ethnic Uighur group to jail terms of up to life imprisonment on charges of terrorism and inciting secession in Xinjiang.
Up to 7,000 police march on Yonge Street in Newmarket, Ontario, including some Royal Canadian Mounted Police and American officers, accompanied by thousands of spectators for the funeral procession for Canadian YRP police Constable Garrett Styles, killed when a 15-year-old underage driver accelerated during a traffic stop.
The United States issues a terrorist-related travel warning for the Philippines.
The Government of Canada expels five diplomats from the Libyan embassy in Ottawa.
The trial of Indonesian Muslim cleric Abu Bakar Bashir on terrorism charges begins in Jakarta.