The question of what to do with Islamic State fighters, their wives and children keeps policy makers and security experts awake at night. But we should worry less about those returning, and more about convincing them not to go in the first place.
A Dutch-born alleged Islamic State fighter was brought before a court in the Netherlands on Monday.
Scott, the medic in question was in fact not the Navy SEAL defendant on trial for war crimes for the killing of this same IS fighter.
The two men — Bilel Kabaoui, 32, and Mourad Delhomme, 41 — are the latest defendants in a string of court cases that have already seen other nine French citizens and a Tunisian national be sentenced to death in the past weeks.
Police said the operation was part of the fight against so-called Islamic State's (ISIS) new strategy of returning its fighters to their home countries, following the loss of its territory in Iraq and Syria.
Exclusive: Militant fighter suspected of letting Yazidi girl 'die of thirst' arrested in Greece
Experts are scrutinising the purported video message from Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi for clues about his whereabouts and the terror organisation’s next moves.
The suspect was under surveillance for weeks after he posted online messages lamenting the killing of Muslims at mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand.
So-called Islamic State media network published on Monday what it said was a video message from its leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi for the first time in five years.
Churches across Sri Lanka suspended Sunday mass as fears of more attacks remained a week after suicide bombers killed over 250 people.
The online terror content file looks to ensure content providers remove terrorist content from their sites within an hour of it being flagged to the hosts. Failure to do so will result in providers receiving fines.
UK Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt has said the prospect of ISIS bride Shamima Begum receiving legal aid made him "very uncomfortable"
Russian security forces storm suspected IS terror cell in Siberia
France has repatriated the toddler daughter of an IS bride who's been jailed for life in Iraq.
During its occupation of Iraq, IS raided historical sites on what Unesco called 'an industrial scale' and used the loot to fund its operations.
Two Iraqi nationals have been arrested in Prague just a day after police arrested an Iraqi citizen in Austria over a series of failed attacks on German trains last year
Families from Islamic State are surrendering in refugee camps in Syria and Iraq. These families are not wanted by the world; many are not even seen as human. But should innocent children pay the price for their parents actions?
Here are the top stories from across Europe this morning that you need to know about.
What was once proclaimed as a caliphate is now just a tiny enclave and these soldiers from the U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces believe they are now on the verge of a final victory.
The British government has received widespread criticism in the wake of news that the newborn son of exiled ISIS bride Shamima Begum has died
We take a look at the different policies across countries in Europe for repatriating and rehabilitating recruits of the so-called Islamic State.
To date German nationals could only have the citizenship stripped if they joined foreign armed forces without the government’s permission.
"the level of harm and suffering inflicted on civilians in Afghanistan is deeply disturbing and wholly unacceptable."
Earlier this week, Trump put pressure on EU leaders to take back radicalised citizens. Now he is saying he will not be doing the same for a US-born woman who left to join the so-called Islamic State.
Donald Trump is demanding European leaders take back and prosecute over 800 jihadists captured in Syria.
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