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By: Tyler Hehn A Toronto man appeared in court Thursday morning on terrorism related charges. He is accused of attempting to leave Canada to join ISIS. According to a press release from the RCMP, investigations on Pamir Hakimzadah began in January 2016. He travelled to Turkey in 2014, attempting to join the Islamic State. He
The Islamic State of Iraq and Sham has claimed responsibility for Wednesday’s attack in London, England.
The attack left four people dead after the assailant drove along the sidewalk of a bridge and stabbed a police officer. The attacker was shot dead.
This comes months after ISIS announced that 2017 would be “a year of massacre” at the end of last year.
With ISIS constantly making headlines, their activity can be hard to track. Some people are often confused as to how they were established in the first place.
Consult the infographic below for a brief history.
After a Toronto widow Lost $450,000 to a fake lover online, police are urging people to be more cautious of unknown numbers and addresses. Odds are many readers have an inbox full of e-mails from sketchy addresses asking them to click a link. Learn how to spot scams before they have the chance to ruin your life.
Amanda Todd’s mother Carol is feeling some relief following the sentencing of her daughter’s accused cyberbully.
Aydin Coban, 38, of the Netherlands was given 11 years in jail—the maximum sentence for his crimes—in an Amsterdam court Thursday morning on charges of the abuse of 34 young girls and five men.
“I think it was great news. It sets precedence in case history about things like cyber abuse and harassment and extortion,” said Carol Todd. “It hopefully will send a message out there that there are no boundaries against offenders or predators. That you can be caught, even if you are offending other people in different countries.”
Todd is still waiting to see a separate sentencing for Coban in Canada, in which he faces five other charges—including possession of child-porn, extortion and luring—for the cyberbullying of Amanda Todd, 15, whose suicide turned the world’s attention to online abuse.