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Germany train attacker had Islamic extremist motive, say prosecutors
Four people were injured in the attack on a high-speed train in November.
Four convicted in trial over Islamic State killing of French priest
The defendants were convicted of conspiring to kill 85-year-old Father Jacques Hamel in his Normandy church in 2016.
Three men on trial for deadly 2016 terror attack on French church
The three men on trial are charged with "terrorist criminal conspiracy", suspected of having been aware of the perpetrators' plans, of having shared their ideology or of having tried to travel to Syria.
Leader of so-called Islamic State killed in US operation in Syria
The US announced that Abu Ibrahim al-Hashimi al-Qurayshi was killed during an overnight raid in Idlib province.
TUI settles lawsuit with terror attack survivors and victims' families
Nearly 40 tourists were killed in the attack, with a further 39 injured, after Seifeddine Rezgui opened fire on a beach outside Sousse.
A year on, how is Samuel Paty's murder being felt in French schools?
Some teachers admit they are choosing their words very carefully.
At least eight die in suicide car bomb attack in Somalia's capital
The Islamic extremist group Al-Shabab rammed a vehicle laden with explosives into a checkpoint near the Presidential Palace in Mogadishu.
Algeria's longest-serving president Abdelaziz Bouteflika dies at 84
After two decades in power, and as he tried to secure a fifth term as president, Bouteflika was forced to quit amid huge, nationwide protests.
Paris attacks: Accused Abdeslam's 'provocations' on first day of trial
Salah Abdeslam, the main accused in the trial of 20 men, remained defiant as proceedings opened but a lawyer for the plaintiffs said he was 'not the main event' and the first day had gone well.
Killing of Afghan comic by Taliban raises fears of reprisals
The killing of an Afghan comic by Taliban militants this week has raised fears of revenge killings, as the Taliban take control of the country.
Rebels kill more than a dozen in roadside attack in eastern DRC
At least 16 people were killed and eight injured in an attack by suspected Allied Democratic Forces rebels, the military said.
Five years after Nice attack, is France's terror threat any weaker?
As France remembers the horror of the 2016 Bastille Day attack that killed 86 people, here's how the terror threat has evolved in the country over the past five years.
Islamic aid group banned in Germany over 'terror financing'
Police searched 10 offices of Islamist aid group Ansaar International on Wednesday as the group was banned by the German Interior Ministry for allegedly funding terror overseas
France honours police worker stabbed to death near Paris
French authorities said the stabbing inside the police station was an Islamic extremist attack.
Albanian suspect in 2016 Nice attack arrested in Italy
The suspect has been identified as Endri Elenzi and is alleged to have provided arms for the 2016 attack.
German court sentences 'IS recruiter' to 10.5 years in prison
A German court in Celle sentenced former imam Abu Walaa to 10.5 years in prison on Wednesday for being a member of the Islamic State terrorist organisation and recruiting for them.
Russia arrests 19 suspected militants for planning terror attacks
Russia's FSB said the suspects were militants of a banned radical Islamist group.
French MPs back law aimed at cracking down on Islamic radicalism
French MPs back controversial law aimed at cracking down on Islamic radicalism
Here's all you need to know about France's new separatism law
The legislation, which aims to give the country the means to fight Islamic radicalism, has been criticised for stigmatising the Muslim community.
Marine Le Pen faces court for tweeting images of Islamic State crimes
Le Pen has described the trial as a political witch hunt that undermines "freedom of expression", as she faces a potential prison sentence for the tweets.
Niger: At least 100 dead after extremist attacks on two villages
Islamic extremists staged attacks on two villages in Niger near its border with Mali, killing at least 100 people, Niger’s prime minister said.
Boko Haram claim to be behind kidnapping of students in Nigeria
The jihadist terror group Boko Haram has claimed responsibility for the abduction of hundreds of students in Nigeria.
Prosecutors want 30-year jail term for widow of Charlie Hebdo attacker
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.
UK top court to rule on Shamima Begum's demand to return to Britain
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.
France recalls envoy after Erdoğan questions Macron's mental health
The French presidency decried Erdoğan's "excess and rudeness" in his comments questioning Emmanuel Macron's mental health. It comes after the French president said he would do more to combat Islamic extremism.
French Muslim council working on training plan to fight radicalism
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.