After the fall of ISIL in Iraq, where is the fight against terrorism going? A roundtable at the French Senate discussed the war in Yemen, Hezbollah, and Syria.
A fourth suspect in last week’s twin attacks in Spain has been granted conditional release by a Spanish judge.
Salh El Karib ran an internet cafe
The Council of State ordered the French state to pay 15,000 euros to the parents of a girl who left a Paris airport heading for Syria even though she was on a wanted list.
France's Islamic deradicalisation programme is designed to stop young, embittered Muslims embarking on violent jihad in Iraq and Syria.
A play called ‘Jihad’ has been on stage in Brussels and France.
Varvara Karaulova pleaded not guilty, saying she was motivated by love for a man fighting in Syria whom she had met online.
Former Islamist rebel Ahmad al-Faqi al-Mahdi has been found guilty of war crimes for destroying historical sites in Timbuktu during Mali's conflict in 2012.
Since the restoration of the caliphate on June 29, 2014 under the rule of the self-proclaimed caliph Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi the so-called Islamic state called on foreign jihadists to take their terror c
Government policies, isolation, misogyny, racism, despair and denial.
German police said that they thwarted an attack by the 36-year-old, known only as Halil D, in April last year. He has been jailed for weapons offences.
Militants from ISIL reportedly began the assault in the early hours of the morning, when a car bomber targeted the main gate of the facility in Taji, allowing a vehicle to enter with six militants who
A 21-year-old man has gone on trial in Germany for alleged war crimes in Syria. The case in Frankfurt is the first of its kind in Germany related to
The war against the group calling itself Islamic State, or ISIL, is also a war against its beliefs.
Deceased Al Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden left most of his twenty-nine-million-dollar inheritance to the continuation of global jihad, newly-released
For 1,400 years Saint Elijah’s Monastery in Mosul Iraq had survived assaults by nature and man, but now newly obtained satellite images have