ISIS supporters may be anywhere in the world and are guaranteed to be within the United States. As with any organization’s supporters, upon death of one of your prominent leaders, retaliation will occur, and likely in the near-term.
Emergency and disaster management briefing for August 12, 2016: A three-year-old boy falls off a roller coaster in PA, explosions rattle Thailand, a Mississippi woman is sentenced 12 years after attempting to join ISIS, researchers find unsafe tap water across the U.S., Delta flight delays continue, and a San Francisco utility giant is found guilty in a 2010 pipeline explosion.
A Washington, D.C. hospital system suffers a virus attack, the EgyptAir hijacking ends peacefully, Ebola is no longer international public health threat, and the UN urges nations to consider resettlement of refugees.
D.C. Water Summit explores innovation for water management and drought resilience, a recent climate change report has some of its findings being disputed, and ISIS claims responsibility for the Brussels terrorist attacks.