A memorial service was held on Tuesday (April 23) in the courtyard of one of the churches in Sri Lanka targeted by suicide bombers on Easter Sunday
Syrian Democratic Forces claim final victory over so-called Islamic State after last village freed
Two Belgian women said they were losing hope of ever going back home after a Belgian court overturned the ruling to repatriate them and their six children.
Three week old Jarrah's death certificate said he'd died of pneumonia.
A new Human Rights Watch report released Wednesday found children with suspected links to the so-called Islamic State were facing torture and charges of terrorism under Iraqi and Kurdish authorities
Hundreds of men, women and children, including supporters of the so-called Islamic State, continued to arrive at an open-air medical screening centre in the Syrian desert on Tuesday.
Britain is already embroiled in a legal battle with a member of a group of foreign ISIS fighters dubbed 'the Beatles'. Can we learn anything from this case?
“The welfare of Shamima’s unborn baby is of paramount concern to our family, and we will do everything within our power to protect that baby who is entirely blameless in these events,” the family of an ISIL runaway said in a statement.
Syrian Democratic Forces, backed by the US, aim to take back al-Baghuz in what they're calling their final battle but they are meeting fierce resistance.
So-called Islamic State said they carried out both attacks, supposedly their first in the country.
Parliament's president Antonio Tajani to pay tribute to Italian and Polish journalists
No DNA of Mehdi Nemmouche found on door of Jewish Museum or revolver, they claim
Focus of inquiry into ISIL-claimed fatal stabbing switches to eastern French city
EU police agency claims it has punched a big hole in ISIL’s propaganda machine. Experts have cast doubt on whether this is the case.
Last known surviving presumed member of Islamist gang that killed 130 people in Paris in 2015 found guilty in Belgium of attempted murder while resisting arrest in 2016
Abdeslam faces up to 20 years in jail
Italian journalist Gabriele Del Grande spent two weeks in a Turkish prison while doing research for his book on ISIL. Now the book is finally out in Italian bookshops.
Women and children with perceived links to ISIL are being denied aid, prevented from returning to their homes and suffering sexual violence in Iraqi camps for displaced people, an Amnesty International report has found.
Charges include teaching children extremist and violent interpretations of Islam. Properties in eight cities across Italy were searched as part of the probe
Four people have been killed and 16 injured by a gunman who stormed into a supermarket in southwestern France, shouting 'Allahu Akbar'
Thursday marks the second anniversary of the bombings at Brussels airport and a metro station, which killed 32 people
It is naïve, if not disingenuous, to claim foreign fighters who have joined Kurdish militants in Syria will not set their sights on Western targets, says the European Foundation for Democracy's Demir Murat Seyrek.
Love has returned to the streets of Mosul for the first time in three years after Iraqi forces drove out ISIL extremists in 2017.
Among the hardest-hit areas is Mosul, where fighting displaced more than five million people
David Haines’ widow says she hopes the two British Islamic State militants captured in Syria last month will be tried and jailed for life.
At least four large-scale attacks rocked Afghanistan in January, leaving scores injured, with two in the last week. Experts told Euronews what could have caused this hike in violence.