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Dutch court convicts woman for spreading IS propaganda
The woman's sentence was double the three years originally demanded by prosecutors, with judges saying the sentence request was “far too low”.
COVID-19 gave terrorists new opportunities, Europol says
Jihadist terrorism remains the biggest threat to the EU, Europol found, also flagging that right-wing extremists are increasingly younger.
Fugitive far-right soldier apparently found dead, says Belgian police
A body was found on Sunday by people walking in a wooded area. Initial evidence indicates it is Conings and that he killed himself, Belgian police said.
Five women arrested in southern France in suspected attack plot
Five women were arrested overnight in the city of Bezier in connexion with a possible terror plot, police said Sunday.
Belgium to repatriate children of jihadists held in Syria refugee camp
Prime Minister Alexander De Croo said 30 to 50 children located in a refugee camp in northeastern Syria would be brought to Belgium.
German prosecutors charge woman with planning far-right attack
Prosecutors allege that the woman started planning bomb attack last year and was held xenophobic and extreme-right views.
German regional intelligence chief dismissed over Berlin terror attack
Reinhard Müller was "put into temporary retirement with immediate effect" over his agency's failure to pass on information about the 2016 Berlin terror attack, which killed twelve people.
Ten people to stand trial over 2016 Brussels terror attacks
The suspects will be tried for murder or attempted murder in a terrorist context following the attacks on Brussels airport and a metro station in which 32 people died and 340 people were wounded.
Brussels wants to give Europol more powers in bid to tackle terrorism
A spate of recent terrorist attacks prompted the European Commission (EC) to publish the measures earlier than initially planned.
Far-right terrorism 'is surging' in Western countries, report warns
There have been over 35 far-right terrorist attacks in the West every year since 2014 with 49 recorded in 2019. In 2010, only one such incident was reported.
Two hurt in suspected terror incident in Lugano, Switzerland
Two people were injured in a stabbing at a department store in Lugano which is being investigated as a possible terror incident.
France train attack: American who helped tackle gunman won't testify
Spencer Stone arrived in Paris, France, on Wednesday but was hospitalised upon arrival. He has now returned to the US, his lawyer confirmed on Sunday.
Four men go on trial over foiled terrorist attack on Paris-bound train
Ayoub El-Khazzani stands accused of opening fire on a Thalys train in August 2015, three months before the Paris terror attacks on November 13.
Castex says France to continue to fight 'enemy' of 'radical Islamism'
"Terrorism attacks who we are, what makes our identity, our freedom, our culture, and finally our lives. The enemy, we know what it is, not only is it identified, but it has a name," French PM Jean Castex said at a tribute for victims of the terror attack in Nice.
Ex-boss of Basque separatist militant group ETA apologises for deaths
Josu Urrutikoetxea led ETA during one of its bloodiest periods when its victims included children bombed to death while sleeping in a Zaragoza police compound
Suspect in French knife attack says he was targeting Charlie Hebdo
The 18-year-old suspect in the knife attack outside Charlie Hebdo's former offices in Paris admitted he was targeting the satirical magazine.
Terror probe launched after two wounded in Paris knife attack
The national anti-terrorist prosecutor has been tasked with investigating the incident.
Ukrainian police detain hostage-taker threatening to blow up bank
A young man who held a bank employee hostage and threatened to detonate a bomb in the Ukrainian capital Kyiv on Monday has been arrested, the country's Security Services (SBU) have announced.
UK introduces bolstered terrorism Bill - here's what it means
Controversial new legislation introduced to the British parliament seeks to increase sentencing and monitoring for terrorism offences.
Norway extradite jihadist preacher to Italy despite COVID-19 concerns
Mullah Krekar was convicted in Italy last year on terrorism charges.
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.
Hanau terrorism: Prosecutors investigate the suspect's online profile
The alleged gunman is believed to have uploaded videos and 'manifesto' documents to a website which "point to deeply racist views".
Watch again: Britain honours London Bridge attack victims
Jack Merritt, 25, and Saskia Jones, 23, were killed on Friday when Usman Khan, a man convicted of terrorism offences, went on the rampage with kitchen knives near London Bridge.
Eyewitness says man used narwhal tusk to confront terrorist suspect
An eyewitness said that a man took a narwhal tusk from Fishmongers' Hall and confronted the terrorist with it.
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.
UK terror threat level downgraded to 'substantial'
"Despite the change in the threat level, terrorism remains one of the most direct and immediate risks to our National Security," Home Secretary Priti Patel said in a statement.