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French troops kill head of Islamic State in Greater Sahara: Macron
The French leader described the killing is a "major success" in the fight against terrorist groups in the Sahel.
The world since 9/11: The last 20 years in pictures
A look back at what happened in the 20 years since the devastating attacks from the invasion of Afghanistan and Iraq to the US withdrawal, last month, from Kabul.
New Zealand vows anti-terror laws change after supermarket attack
Authorities say Friday's knife attack by an ISIS supporter has highlighted deficiencies in New Zealand's anti-terror laws.
New Zealand police kill 'terrorist' after he stabs 6 people
An ISIS supporter stabbed and injured six people in an Auckland supermarket before police shot and killed him, New Zealand authorities said on Friday.
'We will hunt you down', Biden warns IS after deadly Kabul attacks
The US president said the evacuation mission will continue despite Thursday's airport bombings, while the US military warns more attempted attacks are expected.
IS threat forces US changes to evacuations at Kabul airport
Potential Islamic State threats against Americans in Afghanistan are forcing the U.S. military to develop new ways to get evacuees to the airport in Kabul, a US official told AP.
Albania repatriates 19 family members of dead ISIS fighters from Syria
A few hundred Albanians joined the Islamic State militant group in Iraq and Syria and most were killed. Since then, their families have been stuck in camps.
Biden says US combat mission in Iraq to conclude by year end
Biden said the U.S. military will continue to assist Iraq in its fight against the Islamic State group.
Norwegian court gives Syrian teen 5-year jail term for planning terror
The court ruled that juvenile punishment was not applicable in the case and that “there is a risk of recurrence and that imprisonment is required and imperative."
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”.
Ensuring 'lasting defeat' of IS on agenda at Global Coalition summit
The summit in Rome is co-chaired by the Italian Foreign Minister, Luigi di Maio, and his American counterpart, Anthony Blinken, and will be attended by more than 80 international delegations.
Boko Haram leader 'seriously wounded' in attempted suicide attempt
Abubakar Shekau reportedly tried to kill himself to avoid capture after being surrounded by rival jihadists.
Blast near girls’ school in Afghan capital kills at least 50
Many children between 11 and 15 years old are among the dead.
Marine Le Pen acquitted in trial over posting images of IS atrocities
Le Pen's lawyer hailed the ruling as a victory as the far-right leader prepares to run for president in 2022.
How ISIS and coalition airstrikes combined to terrorise Raqqa
Amid Syria’s civil war, Raqqa became known the world over for being the stage of some of the most horrific episodes of violence perpetrated by the so-called Islamic State.
Shamima Begum: UK Supreme Court says IS bride cannot return to UK
The Supreme Court, in its judgment on Friday 26 February, ruled against the Court of Appeal's decision, stating among other reasons that "the right to a fair hearing does not trump all other considerations, such as the safety of the public".
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.
UN: 27,000 children need to be repatriated from ISIS camp in Syria
Voronkov said there are children from 60 countries in the camps who are the responsibility of their member states, not of Syria or the groups that control the camps.
Germany repatriates 3 women, 12 children from camps in Syria
European governments have so far been reluctant to take back their citizens who joined jihadist groups in Syria and Iraq.
Iraqi firefighters put out oil well fire 'started by Islamic State'
Firefighters from the Iraqi state-owned North Oil Company put out a fire at an oil well in the northern Khabbaz oil field which has been raging for a week.
Two Islamic State ‘Beatles’ plead not guilty to charges in US court
Two jihadists from the Islamic State group, who were part of a terror cell nicknamed ‘The Beatles’ due to their British accents, have pleaded not guilty before a judge in the USA.
3 European hostages and Malian politican freed by Islamic extremists
French president Emmanual Macron welcomed the news of the release of French captive Sophie Pétronin, saying it was "a joy to have heard her voice."
France 2015 terror attacks: Who are the suspects going on trial?
Dozens of suspects accused of being accomplices in the January 2015 terror attacks on French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo and a Jewish supermarket will face trial this week. Who are they? And how were they allegedly involved?
Islamic State making a resurgence in western Syria - top US commander
The Islamic State are showing signs of rebuilding in western Syria, the top US military commander has said.
Afghanistan: ISIS attack on Jalalabad prison leaves many casualties
Officials said a suicide car bomb exploded and assailants attacked security forces and stormed the prison in Jalalabad, the capital of Nangarhar province.
Shamima Begum: Court rules IS bride should return to UK
A court has ruled that Begum "cannot play any meaningful part in her appeal" from the Syrian refugee camp where she is currently.