Dina Temple-Raston

Dina Temple-Raston appears in the following:

Police Raid Apartment In French Suburb Looking For Terrorists

Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Police have surrounded an apartment in Saint Denis, a northern suburb of Paris. The main target of the raid is a man they think was behind last week's terrorist attacks which killed 129 people.


French, Belgian Authorities Continue Manhunt For Key Suspects In Paris Attacks

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Authorities in France and Belgium continue their hunt for clues as they investigate the deadly Friday the 13th attack in Paris. NPR has the latest on why Belgium has become a nexus fo...


French Authorities Confirm Identity Of Attacks' Mastermind

Monday, November 16, 2015

Steve Inskeep talks to Dina Temple Raston about a suspect French police say ordered the attacks in Paris. U.S. officials have traced the attacks back to specific ISIS figures in Syria.


After Friday's Attacks, The French Return To Work

Monday, November 16, 2015

Morning Edition's David Greene is in Paris talking to commuters as they return to work after Friday terror attacks killed 129 people in the city. Dina Temple Raston has the latest in the probe.


Mastermind Of Paris Attacks Identified By French Officals

Monday, November 16, 2015

Officials in France say Belgian Abdelhamid Abaaoud was the man behind the terrorist attacks in Friday night. Authorities say Abaaoud is from Syria.


Attacks Raise Concern Over Islamic State's New Model Of Terror

Sunday, November 15, 2015

The terrorist attacks in Paris on Friday could be an early harbinger of a new, more professional kind of terrorist attack leveled against the West.

In the past, al-Qaida depended on violent jihadis showing up in Pakistan or Yemen with a passport or visa that would allow them to return ...


ISIS Claims Responsibility For Paris Killings

Saturday, November 14, 2015

Copyright 2015 NPR. To see more, visit


U.S. Officials Say Sophistication Of Attacks Could Point To Al-Qaida

Friday, November 13, 2015

U.S. officials say the sophistication of the attacks provides some clues as to who is responsible. Their suspicions point to al-Qaida because the group specializes in these kinds of attacks.


U.S., French Officials: Multiple Attacks In Paris Were 'Nearly Simultaneous'

Friday, November 13, 2015

NPR has the latest on events as they continue to unfold in Paris in what officials fear is the worst attack in Europe since the Madrid train bombings in 2004.


Dating App Helps Muslim Millennials Find Love, Parents Not Included

Friday, November 13, 2015

More than 6,000 people have signed up for Ishqr since the app launched over a year ago. Ishq is an Arabic word for love; the "r" at the end was added to make it sound more hip.


U.S. Investigation Into Russian Airliner Crash Raises Possible ISIS Link

Wednesday, November 11, 2015

U.S. officials haven't determined why Metrojet Flight 9268 went down near Sharm el-Sheikh, but their working theory is an airport employee may have helped a terrorist group get a bomb on the plane.


The New Propagandist For Al-Qaida In Syria And His Link To Hollywood

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Lucas Kinney, a 26-year-old Brit, is making propaganda videos for an al-Qaida affiliate. He may have learned a thing or two from his father, a Hollywood assistant director who worked on Rambo.


With All Eyes On ISIS, Al-Qaida Quietly Rebuilds

Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Its branch in Yemen is taking advantage of the unrest there to get new recruits and grab land. Leaders have called jihadists back into service and is preparing for when ISIS is no longer ascendant.


Religious Scholars Use Social Media To Counter ISIS Interpretation Of Koran

Tuesday, October 13, 2015

As the military response to the Islamic State heats up, an ideological front is opening against the group. They're using social media to explain why ISIS' interpretation of the Koran is wrong.


Report: 250 Americans Have Gone To Syria And Iraq To Fight

Tuesday, September 29, 2015

A congressional report scheduled for release Tuesday suggests some 30,000 people worldwide have gone to Syria to fight in recent years. That includes some 250 Americans who've gone there and to Iraq.



Monday, September 21, 2015

We shine a light into the dark corners of the internet to see the world from the perspective of both cyber crime victims and perpetrators.
Read More

Comments [41]

Sources Detail Skewed Reports On How The U.S. Is Doing Against ISIS

Wednesday, September 16, 2015

The Pentagon is looking at whether senior military officials pressured intelligence analysts into painting a rosy picture of the fight against the militant group.


Minneapolis Unveiling Plan To Counter Recruiting By ISIS

Wednesday, September 09, 2015

A million-dollar effort is being launched to help prevent radicalization of kids in Minneapolis' Somali community. But the plan is controversial, and some in that community feel unfairly singled out.


Psychology Group Votes To Ban Members From Taking Part In Interrogations

Friday, August 07, 2015

The American Psychological Association voted Friday in favor of a resolution that would bar its members from participating in national security interrogations.

The resolution by the country's largest professional organization of psychologists passed overwhelmingly. The only dissenting vote came from Col. Larry James, a former Army intelligence psychologist at Guantanamo.



Investigators Search For Terrorist Link In Chattanooga, Tenn., Shootings

Tuesday, July 21, 2015

The gunman who killed five people in Chattanooga last week suffered from depression, and drug and alcohol abuse. But investigators have not found strong ties to terrorist groups.