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Militants residing in the US urged, on Facebook, to attack US-based universities

AQIS is an Islamist militant group which aims to fight the governments of Pakistan, India, Myanmar, and Bangladesh and to establish an Islamic state. The group has stated its intent to attack US targets on the Indian subcontinent.   The threat to New Jersey from AQIS is low. However, in March 2016, a Bangladeshi pro-AQIS Facebook page urged militants residing in the US to attack US-based universities involved in designing drones. Princeton University was one of 10 primary targets listed in the message. In September 2015, a hit list purporting to be from a group linked to AQIS was released…
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Five States Come Together for Security Discussions

PRINCETON, NJ 12/14/2015 – Homeland security leaders from New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Delaware convened early this month for the Regional Homeland Security Advisor (HSA) Conference in Princeton, New Jersey. The meeting, hosted by the New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness and its Director, Dr. Chris Rodriguez, provided a forum for top security officials from the five states to share threat intelligence and best practices and increase coordination across the region. Although the size and scope of their organizations vary, HSAs are responsible for keeping Governors informed on issues affecting homeland security in their states. The conference had…
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Legal Battle Continues Over Princeton Revolutionary War Battlefield

Princeton, NJ: Historical activists are refusing to surrender in their efforts to prevent the development of a privately owned portion of a Revolutionary War battlefield in New Jersey. The Princeton Battlefield Society is hoping to halt the plans of the Institute of Advanced Study, which is starting work to construct faculty housing. They want to preserve the site where George Washington's troops defeated the British at the Battle of Princeton in January 1777, and remain hopeful the institute will agree Share More:  By BRUCE SHIPKOWSKI, ASSOCIATED PRESS,  PRINCETON, — Dec 13, 2015
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32 Hour Sit-In at University’s Nassau Hall over Woodrow Wilson’s Racism Legacy

Princeton, NJ: The Black Justice League staged a 32 Hour Sit-In at historic Nassau Hall. The 32 hour sit-in ended when officials agreed to discuss Woodrow Wilson's racism and legacy on the Princeton University campus. Woodrow Wilson was an American politician and academic who served as the 28th President of the United States from 1913 to 1921. Wilson earned a in political science, working as a professor and scholar at various institutions before being chosen as President of Princeton University, where he worked from 1902 to 1910. In the election of 1910, he was the gubernatorial candidate of New Jersey's…
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WORLD: France Terrorists Attacks ! 128+ Dead. Soccer Stadium Blast, Hostages at Concert Hall, Gun Fire, BORDERS CLOSED

Paris, France: Multiple terror operatives set off explosions and gun fire at multiple France locations. Entertainment Venues were targeted including a Paris restaurant, a Soccer Stadium blasted while 80,000 fans watched Germany play France. Another Concert Hall entertainment site's guests are being held hostage. Shooting started unannounced. French borders have been closed and the Army is clearing streets. Businesses are also closing. Police Security forces have an assault underway to rescue hostages and remove terrorists. Residents are in lockdown. Paris, France: Terrorist Bombings 11/13/2015: Additional reports state that 7 terrorist have blow up their waste bomb and 1 terrorist has been…
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High school student Wins $250,000 for explaining Einstein’s Theory

Ohio high school senior Ryan Chester became the inaugural winner of a new college scholarship on Sunday night, winning $250,000 for his 7-minute film that uses simple props and hand-drawn graphics to explain Einstein’s special theory of relativity. Besides winning that money for himself, Chester also won $100,000 for a new science lab at his school in the Cleveland suburbs, North Royalton High, social share : 
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