Former Islamist rebel Ahmad al-Faqi al-Mahdi has been found guilty of war crimes for destroying historical sites in Timbuktu during Mali's conflict in 2012.
A 15-year-old boy has been arrested in Paris on suspicion of preparing what’s described as an imminent “violent action.
Since the restoration of the caliphate on June 29, 2014 under the rule of the self-proclaimed caliph Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi the so-called Islamic state called on foreign jihadists to take their terror c
German police said that they thwarted an attack by the 36-year-old, known only as Halil D, in April last year. He has been jailed for weapons offences.
Militants from ISIL reportedly began the assault in the early hours of the morning, when a car bomber targeted the main gate of the facility in Taji, allowing a vehicle to enter with six militants who
A 21-year-old man has gone on trial in Germany for alleged war crimes in Syria. The case in Frankfurt is the first of its kind in Germany related to
The war against the group calling itself Islamic State, or ISIL, is also a war against its beliefs.
The investigation into the terrorist attacks of March 22 in Brussels, claimed by the so-called Islamic State have brought to light the ramifications
Deceased Al Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden left most of his twenty-nine-million-dollar inheritance to the continuation of global jihad, newly-released
For 1,400 years Saint Elijah’s Monastery in Mosul Iraq had survived assaults by nature and man, but now newly obtained satellite images have
Across Europe families are struggling to come to terms with losing sons and daughters to the war in Syria. Under suspicion as terrorists themselves, until now they have had little support or recogniti
Dominique Bons: “The things that we are living, are going through, I really wouldn’t wish on anyone else. it’s too hard, it’s insupportable. We need
The European Parliament on Wednesday called for an EU blacklist of known or suspected jihadists. But the motion passed by MEPs in Strasbourg is
In the shadow of the Great Mosque of Paris, one of the largest in France armed military patrol. The rector Dalil Boubakeur has expressed sadness at
French authorities have released images of Hasna Ait Boulahcen, the woman believed to have blown herself up as police raided a flat in Saint Denis
The theory of a Belgian connection with the Paris attacks is gaining ground. Seven people have now been detained in Belgium in connection with the
The terrorist attacks in France have already had an impact on the race for the White House, with presidential hopefuls condemning the violence
Kurdish fighters claim they are close to driving out ISIL forces from Sinjar in northern Iraq. #US, #Kurds Attack ISIS Stronghold in #Sinjar
To stop young people from leaving France to join jihadist groups in Syria or Iraq, the French government has launched a campaign of television spots
Euronews has been asking Palestinian factions in the West Bank city of Jenin if they think there might be a third Intifada uprising against the
Footage filmed in northern Syria by French reporters Farouk Atig and Yacine Benrabia for the website www.spicee.com gives us a rare sight inside the
Suspected Islamic militants have attacked a hotel used by UN staff in central Mali killing at least six people. The UN’s peacekeeping mission in
Afghanistan’s top ISIL commander has been killed by a US air strike in the east of the country, officials claim. Hafez Saeed would be the fourth
For hundreds of Western girls joining Islamist groups, Syria is a one-way journey. Only two in approximately 600 are known to have made it out of the
France is setting up a rehabilitation unit for youths returning from conflict zones such as Syria. Young French Muslims who have become radicalised
Spanish TVE reported on fighting jihadist recruitment cells, which is a high priority for security services throughout Europe. Spain has arrested 30
Tunisia's president says police are hunting for a third aggressor following the deadly shootings in the capital's Bardo Museum.
Surveillance footage has been released, showing two gunmen at the Bardo museum in Tunis ahead of a shooting spree which left 20 foreign tourists
The man who allegedly helped three British schoolgirls join ISIL militants has been detained in Turkey, but mystery shrouds his motives. Mobile phone