After the panic on the Champs-Elysée, with the killing of a policeman and the wounding of two others, it is time for reflection and debate.
Three people have been shot and killed in California by a gunman whom it is alleged had a dislike of white people and government.
Russia’s response to the 2004 Beslan school siege had ‘‘serious failings’‘ and breached human rights laws, one of Europe’s top courts has said.
Swedish police say the suspect held over Friday's lorry attack had been wanted for deportation.
ISIL says it was behind two bomb blasts that killed dozens of Coptic Christians in Egypt on Sunday, as they marked Palm Sunday ahead of Easter.
Hours after Sunday’s church bombing in Egypt’s northern city of Tanta, came another blast in front of a Christian church in Alexandria.
Crown Princess Victoria and fellow Swedes paid tribute to the victims of the Stockholm attack on Saturday, laying flowers at the spot where a killer lorry ploughed into…
Thursday was the third and last day of national mourning for the victims of Monday's attack.
Sarin gas is now thought by many to have been used in the attack in Syria.
People have been paying tribute to the victims of the St Petersburg metro bombing.
Another suspected chemical attack in Syria has killed at least fifty people including a dozen children.
Rescue teams have begun the desperate search for survivors after an avalanche hit a group of high school students and teachers climbing in central Japan.
The British prime minister has addressed the UK Parliament the morning after the terror attack on Westminster.
Cochran was in Europe with his wife Melissa to celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary, and had been due to return to the US on Thursday.
Britain’s security level remains at “severe”, its second highest state of alert, following the Westminster terror attack.
A teenage student has opened fire at a high school in southern France, injuring several people including his head teacher.
At least three people have been injured in a shooting at a secondary school in Grasse, southern France, on Thursday lunchtime.
The country has declared three days of national mourning after at least 22 young girls died in a fire at a home for vulnerable teenagers and children. Police are investigating claims of arson.
In Syria warplanes have bombed rebel-held towns east of Damascus, striking residential areas where less than 24 hours earlier Russia declared a ceasefire.
Gunmen dressed as doctors have attacked a military hospital in an area close to the US embassy in Kabul. They are fighting with security forces inside the building in the Afghan capital.
As the battle for Mosul rages, tens of thousands of civilians flee the bloodshed.