The US National Intelligence Council released a new database of global terrorism and information related to the threat of international terrorism on Monday, in an effort to help the federal government build a database to help police and law enforcement agencies better respond to domestic and international threats.
The database is being developed as part of the FBI’s Global Terrorism Index (GTOI), which was created in 2009 to provide a comprehensive look at the threat posed by foreign fighters, as well as a map of international networks that are thought to be funding and recruiting foreign fighters to fight in Syria and Iraq.
The database is also designed to assist law enforcement, intelligence and intelligence-related agencies in gathering intelligence on terrorist activity, the US National Security Council said in a statement.
The release of the database follows a series of reports and reports in recent months showing that many domestic and foreign extremists have been able to travel to the United States, but only in recent years have their travel patterns been tracked.
The FBI released the database on Monday.
The new database is designed to help law enforcement and intelligence agencies better identify, prevent and respond to terrorist threats and is designed specifically for law enforcement to assist in preventing attacks against the United Nations and other international organizations.
It is a comprehensive database that covers more than 100 countries and territories and includes information on individuals, groups, organizations, and events.