The machines scan crowds for hidden explosive devices and could save lives, according to Senator Chuck Schumer.
Weeks before he would be accused of detonating a bomb in a New York subway corridor, Akayed Ullah was a "happy" religious man, so "loving and giving" that he traveled hundreds of miles, at one point sleeping under a tree, to deliver medicine to Rohingya refugees. That's the portrait painted...
Akayed Ullah is a devout Jihadist who was inspired by ISIS. That is what caused him to walk into the New York subway system during rush-hour with a suicide vest
Twenty-seven year-old Akayed Ullah suffered burns and lacerations on Monday after his attempt at attacking New York’s subway system went awry, and the makeshift pipe bomb under his shirt detonated but failed to have its devastating intended effect.
Akayed Ullah is accused of detonating a pipe bomb that was strapped to his body in a busy pedestrian tunnel Monday
Akayed Ullah, the New York City subway bombing suspect, appeared in court Wednesday via video from his hospital bed. Federal prosecutors charged Ullah on Tuesday with five counts, including providing support to a terrorist organization...Show More Summary
Bangladeshi counter terrorism officers on Tuesday questioned the wife of New York subway bomber Akayed Ullah and said he had visited the family in Dhaka in September. Police said Ullah, an immigrant from Bangladesh who set off a crude...Show More Summary
Akayed Ullah appeared to have no known links to local radical groups, Bangladeshi officials said Wednesday
Killers are killers; it doesn't matter if the act was ideologically motivated or not. Akayed Ullah, a 27-year-old man, has been accused of detonating a pipe bomb strapped to his body in a New York subway, injuring four people on the morning of Dec. Show More Summary
Bangladeshi government officials have told the U.S. that Akayed Ullah is a product of U.S. homegrown terrorism. Bangladesh has communicated with the US government that it has no record on Akayed Ullah’s involvement with the militancy here... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Akayed Ullah allegedly posted statement on Facebook before attack, stating President Trump "failed to protect" nation
Yesterday, Bangladesh-born Akayed Ullah attempted a suicide bombing in New York City. Fortunately, he only injured a few people and severely burned his own torso. Ullah entered the United States on an F4 green card for the brothers and sisters of U.S. Show More Summary
Before detonating a pipe bomb near Times Square Monday morning, Akayed Ullah reportedly took the time to update his Facebook status—and his message was about President Trump. The detail comes via the five-count federal complaint filed against him Tuesday (NPR posts the complaint in full here ), and USA...
The New York bomb suspect wrote "Trump you failed to protect your nation" on Facebook before heading to a busy transit hub to set off a pipe bomb, prosecutors said on Tuesday. Akayed Ullah, from Bangladesh, has been charged with providing...Show More Summary
ISIS terrorist Akayed Ullah attempted to blow himself up on Monday at the Port Authority terminal in New York City. Akayed Ullah, the suspect in the attempted bombing, was admitted to the U.S. from Bangladesh on a family visa. The Islamist pledged his allegiance to ISIS before the attempted bombing. Show More Summary
The suspect, Akayed Ullah, is accused of detonating a bomb in a Midtown Manhattan subway walkway. Mr. Ullah was the only one seriously injured in the blast.
Akayed Ullah detonated a device in a failed attack in Manhattan yesterday. Footage shows the bomb exploding, but only injuring Ullah and startling commuters. Akayed Ullah, a 27-year-old Bangladeshi man who had been living in Brooklyn,...Show More Summary
Officials identify the man as Akayed Ullah, who moved to New York from Bangladesh seven years ago.
Suspected terrorist Akayed Ullah came to the U.S. from Bangladesh in 2011 on a visa available to relatives of U.S. citizens.