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TRIPwire, 18 November 2019 On 14 November 2019, officers from the Fairfield Police Department and Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) personnel from Travis Air Force Base responded to reports of a grenade discovered behind a Fairfield business. EOD personnel examined the device, determined it was a live hand grenade, and removed it...
TRIPwire, 18 November 2019 On 16 November 2019, a vehicle-borne IED (VBIED) detonated at a bus terminal in the northern town of al-Bab, located near the Turkish border. The explosion killed at least 15 people, injured 50 others, and caused serious damage to surrounding vehicles and buildings. No group claimed responsibility for...
TRIPwire, 15 November 2019 On 13 November 2019 at approximately 1035 hours local time, a landscaper reported discovering a potential ordnance in landscaping near the driveway of a Grants Pass fast food restaurant. The witness described the ordnance as a grenade to the Grants Pass Department of Public Safety, which called the...
TRIPwire, 15 November 2019 On 12 November 2019, an unidentified assailant hurled an improvised incendiary device (IID), described as a Molotov cocktail, at a private residence in Tamworth, igniting a fire. The residence was occupied at the time of the attack, but no injuries were reported. The home sustained minor damages before...
TRIPwire, 15 November 2019 On 14 November 2019, the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) discovered an IED by the Srinagar-Jammu national highway in Pampore in the state of Jammu and Kashmir. According to a CRPF spokesperson, the device, weighing approximately four pounds, was found inside a pressure cooker. Authorities performed...
TRIPwire, 14 November 2019 On 10 November 2019 at approximately 0200 hours local time, a sergeant with the Meriden Police Department witnessed an individual throwing an explosive device into the police department’s parking lot. The explosive landed approximately 20 feet from a gas pump, near other police vehicles, and discharged a...
TRIPwire, 14 November 2019 On 13 November 2019, a private residence was attacked with an improvised incendiary device (IID), described as a Molotov cocktail. Witnesses say the IID consisted of a plastic bottled filled with flammable liquid and a brown paper bag squeezed into the top meant to act as a fuse. The device was lit but...
TRIPwire, 14 November 2019 On 13 November 2019, authorities discovered multiple explosive devices in plain view outside a Hillside Heights residence in Newark. After an 11 November incident in which a Sherwood Park homeowner called police about unexplained damage outside of his home, which investigators determined was caused by an...