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MOMBASA, Kenya, Jan. 9 (Xinhua) -- Kenya's Anti-Terrorism Police Unit (ATPU) on Monday said they had arrested a woman and seized materials used to make explosives in the coastal city of Mombasa.

The woman was arrested in Bondeni area, with detonators, explosive boosters, eight mobile phones and several SIM cards found in her house. The police said she may have been planning a terror attack.

The mobile phones and SIM cards have been handed to a team of Cyber Crime Unit to assist in the investigation and arrest more suspects operating the alleged terrorist network.

Officers said she was the wife of the main suspect behind the 2014 attack near Nyali Reef Beach Hotel in the county.

Police said they would find out whether the suspect intended to smuggle the explosives to Shimo la Tewa prison where her husband Nassir Ali Skanda is being held.

Skanda and his accomplice are accused of committing acts of terrorism at Nyali Reef Beach Hotel in Mombasa by detonating an improvised explosive device and causing property damages in May 2014.

The two used samples of chemicals to trigger explosives through a remote-controlled device or a mobile phone signal.

Senior ATPU officer told Xinhua in Mombasa that Skanda is an expert in assembling improvised explosive devices (IEDs) and the seized bomb-making materials were allegedly to be delivered to him.

"Intelligence report warns that wife had planned to smuggle the materials to the main prison to be assembled by the husband and used to stage major jail break at the prison that house highly dangerous criminals and terror suspects." said a senior ATPU officer.

Police sources also indicate that Skanda was also allegedly radicalizing other terror suspects at the prison hence the need to urgently transfer him from the facility. Enditem

LONDON, Feb. 9 (Xinhua) -- Two British families have recently showed their disapproval of U.S. President Donald Trump's "underreported" terrorist attack list, which included their children's deaths last August in Australia.

The tragedy happened in a backpacker's hostel in Queensland, Australia, in which Mia Ayliffe-Chung and Tom Jackson were stabbed and killed by Smail Ayad, a French man who lived with the victims in the hostel.

Jackson's parents on Wednesday tweeted that Tom and Mia died because of the "actions of a disturbed individual," a claim supported by Mia's mother Rosie Ayliffe.

Ayliffe said in a tweet Thursday that "Tom and Mia's deaths were not committed out of some misguided interpretation of the Koran."

She also confirmed that the possibility of an Islamic terror attack was discounted in the early stages of the police investigation.

Police in Australia had said that Ayad uttered "Allahu Akbar" ("God is the greatest" in Arabic) during the attack, but there was no other sign of radicalization.

The families' clarifications came as the White House released a list Monday evening of 78 attacks around the world from September 2014 to December 2016, including Tom and Mia's case, which it said Western media have ignored.

Trump also said on Monday that "the very, very dishonest press" chose to ignore attacks by Islamist militants.

Although the list appeared to be a tool for Trump to upgrade his "running war" with U.S. media, the two British families seized this opportunity to blast the U.S. president's "callous decree" on immigration.

Trump signed an executive order on Jan. 27 banning the entry into the United States of citizens of seven Middle Eastern countries for 90 days, the entry of all immigrants for 120 days and the entry of Syrian immigrants indefinitely.

"Tom was a fun loving 'citizen of the world' ... who would be appalled at the prejudice, hatred and downright nastiness of what we see spewing out of many Western nations now -- despicably led by the U.S. and the U.K. it seems," Tom's father, Les Jackson, said in a tweet.

Ayliffe also warned in an open letter to Trump that "this vilification of a whole nation and their people based on religion is a terrifying reminder of the horror that can ensue when we allow ourselves to be led by ignorant people into darkness and hatred."

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In addition to its traditional stand offering books about China Women's Nike Air VaporMax 2.0 Hydrogen Blue White , the Asian giant this year features the "Digital Book Room," where visitors can download digital books as well as movies and music produced and edited by the Venezuelan government.

Sponsored by China's Zhong Xing Telecommunication Equipment Company and Huawei Technologies Women's Nike Air VaporMax 2.0 Light Cream , the digital room has been a hit with fair-goers, featuring a variety of activities ranging from book presentations to theater performances.

"It is a digital library with around 500 titles Women's Nike Air VaporMax 2 Gunsmoke , from books to films and music," the National Book Center's President Christian Valles told Xinhua.

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