Islamic extremists staged attacks on two villages in Niger near its border with Mali, killing at least 100 people, Niger’s prime minister said.
Prosecutors have asked for sentences ranging from 5 years to life imprisonment for the defendants in the Charlie Hebdo trial, including the fugitive widow of one of the attackers.
Begum left her parents' home in East London in 2015 when she was just 15 to travel to Syria to join IS. She was stripped of her nationality in 2019, a decision she is legally challenging.
The French Council of the Muslim Faith made the announcement amid a crackdown on extremism in the country, following the beheading of teacher Samuel Paty, who had shown pupils images of Mohammad.
The victims, all from the nomadic Muslim Peuhl or Fulani community, were reportedly killed within hours of being arrested in the northern town of Djibo on April 9, HRW said in a statement.
The mother of an ISIS recruit has told Euronews she believes her son is still alive - three years since reports he was killed in Syria.
"It was truly a murder attempt. There was blood everywhere," a trade union representative for prison guards said.
Muthana, a 24-year-old Alabama woman, made a desperate plea to U.S. officials earlier this week to be allowed to return home.