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Shamima Begum: Court rules IS bride should return to UK
A court has ruled that Begum "cannot play any meaningful part in her appeal" from the Syrian refugee camp where she is currently.
British woman pleads guilty to St Paul's Cathedral terror plot
Safiyya Shaikh, 36, was planning on planting a bomb at the famed London cathedral as she prepared her pledge of allegiance to the so-called Islamic State group.
Norway government under pressure after populist party quits coalition
Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg has said she will continue to govern with a minority three-party coalition.
Denmark to strip suspected ISIS fighters of consular assistance
Denmark has already announced plans to strip dual nationals of their citizenship if they have travelled abroad to fight with militant groups.
Briton who fought ISIS in Syria jailed for four years
Ayden James, 28, was convicted about his 2017 stay in an Iraqi base held by the Kurdistan Worker's Party (PKK) which is recognised as a terrorist organisation by the UK.
Why Iraqis are on the streets after 'years of anger and frustration'
Prime Minister Mahdi says he will listen to the ''legitimate'' demands of protesters, but with many calling for his downfall, what is next for Iraq?
Syrian refugee who risked his life to teach dance
Ahmad defied Islamic State militants' threats to kill him if he did not stop teaching children dance
NATO to join anti-ISIS coalition, says alliance chief Stoltenberg
NATO leaders are meeting in Brussels today (25th May, 2017) as part of US President Donald Trump’s first foreign trip as commander-in-chief.
Belgium's security struggle - one year after Brussels attacks
These are tough times for those countering terrorism in Europe, as the so called Islamic State changes its strategy.
Yazidi IS survivors win EU's rights prize
MEPs have decided that two Yazidi women are the winners of the EU’s annual human rights prize.
Belgium seeks answers over its apparent status as a spring board for Europe's jihadists
Since the Paris attacks soldiers and police have flooded the streets of what is in effect Europe’s administrative capital in neighbouring Belgium
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Europe Weekly: France reacts to Paris attacks
In this edition of Europe Weekly: France reacts to the terror attacks in Paris, which came just ten months after Charlie Hebdo and claimed the lives
Iraq PM denies requesting Iranian airstrikes against ISIL
Iraq did not request Iran to carry out airstrikes on SIL targets inside the country, Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi told euronews in an
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NATO operations have ended in Afghanistan. What and where should its next role be?
Thirteen years after Western allies defeated the Taliban, NATO ended its operations in Afghanistan in December. But the Taliban are taking back
Standing firm: the Kurds' frontline battle with ISIL
Deserted streets in a desolate town, Makhmour, shows all the signs of a community on the frontline. Lying between Mosul and Kirkuk in north central