Turkey takes in 15 victims of Somali blast for medical treatment. It has been supporting the country since 2011.
The attack was one of the most deadly in the West African nation's history.
Jack Merritt, 25, and Saskia Jones, 23, were killed on Friday when Usman Khan, a man convicted of terrorism offences, went on the rampage with kitchen knives near London Bridge.
An eyewitness said that a man took a narwhal tusk from Fishmongers' Hall and confronted the terrorist with it.
Police are treating it as a terrorist attack
Jack Merritt, 25, of Cottenham, Cambridgeshire and Saskia Jones, 23, of Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, died in the attack, police said, as well as the suspect.
Christmas markets around Europe are open for business — including in Strasbourg, which refuses to be cowed by last year’s Islamist gun rampage.
Whilst still only a fraction of global terror deaths are attributed to the far-right, it is a growing menace in the west, rising 320% in the last five years.
Ayden James, 28, was convicted about his 2017 stay in an Iraqi base held by the Kurdistan Worker's Party (PKK) which is recognised as a terrorist organisation by the UK.
The industrial giant is still accused of financing terror groups including IS as it tried to keep its Syrian plant open amid the conflict.
"Despite the change in the threat level, terrorism remains one of the most direct and immediate risks to our National Security," Home Secretary Priti Patel said in a statement.
Corporal Ronan Pointeau, 24, died in the northeastern region of Menaka as his vehicle was "struck by an explosive device," the Ministry of Defence said.
The so-called Islamic State confirmed the death of its leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and vowed revenge against United States.
The jihadist organisation confirmed that their leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and chief spokesman had died after the US announced the deaths earlier this week.
The death of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of the so called Islamic State group or Daesh, leaves a vacuum at the top of the terrorist organisation, and while the frequency of IS attacks on European soil has been decreasing recently. EU officials are warning the threat is far from over.
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Anti-terror prosecutors now have up to one month to present their conclusions to the judges, who will then announce a trial date.
The Daily Mail decided, for presumably commercial and sensationalist reasons, to publish syndicated images of the dead victims, contrary to the prevailing spirit of industry protocols. I found it a surprising, distressing and outrageous editorial decision.
Three people were taken to hospital with stab wounds following an attack at a shopping centre in Manchester, northern England.
In an interview, Christophe Castaner said there were administrative "failings" in monitoring the attacker who killed four people last week.
"We now consider it possible that Norwegian right-wing extremists will try to carry out terrorist acts in the coming year," the country's Police Security Service said.
More than 330 people — of whom 186 were children — died after Chechen separatists stormed a school during a back-to-school event in Beslan in September 2004.
Uncertainty over Stormont and Brexit is hampering the fight against terrorism in Northern Ireland, a police chief said after a bomb in Fermanagh.