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Britain to add Russia's Wagner mercenary group to terror list
The measure will be presented to Parliament on Wednesday, and would make it a criminal offence to support the organisation.
Several arrested in Sweden over new Quran burning
Swedish police have arrested two people and detained around 10 others after a violent riot broke out at a protest involving a burning of the Quran. Organised by Iraqi refugee Salwan Momika, its the latest incident among protests which have sparked outrage across the Middle East.
El Salvador mega-prison holds 12,000 alleged gang members
Opened six months ago, the penitentiary was built on the orders of President Nayib Bukele and is a symbol of his war against gangs.
Sweden calls for vigilance abroad after Quran desecrations
Sweden warns its citizens abroad and businesses linked to the country that they “should observe increased vigilance" after a string of Quaran burnings sparked anger in the Muslim world.
Anarchist group aiming to 'destroy the state' dismantled in Italy
Members of the outfit - which spread a "clandestine publication" - were charged with "terrorism", said prosecutors.
French authorities probe Corsican nationalist group's terrorism claims
The FLNC says it carried out multiple attacks on the Mediterranean island, which has seen an uptick in nationalist-linked violence this year.
Anjem Choudary charged in Britain with terror offences
Choudary and another man were charged following arrests last week.
Far-right terror plot printed 3D guns to ignite Finland 'race war'
Police say the suspects shared 'accelerationist' ideologies to target immigrants and infrastructure to collapse society.
French prime minister condemns car ramming attack on mayor's home
Authorities said the incident was an apparent attempt to burn down the local official's house.
Seven arrested in Germany for allegedly funding IS terror group
Arrests targeted a network that allegedly used Telegram to send money to Syria via intermediaries.
Spain elections re-open deep wounds, as ETA terrorists run for office
EH Bildu, a pro-independence party, has 44 candidates who have been found guilty of terror-related crimes on its electoral lists for upcoming regional elections in Spain. Seven of them were convicted of murder.
France wants the EU to list Wagner mercenaries as 'terrorist group'
France's National Assembly adopted a resolution calling on the European Union to list Russian Wagner mercenaries as a "terrorist group".
'The Kerala Story': Islamic State film triggers bans in India
'The Kerala Story', released on 5 May, has been banned in West Bengal and Tamil Nadu, with even calls for the film producer to be “hanged in public”.
Seven terror suspects with IS links 'deprived of liberty' in Belgium
The exact target to their planned terror attack has not yet been determined.
Should states call far-right groups 'extremists'?
While most European countries have a system in place to fight domestic and international terrorism, they lack a specific way of dealing with extremist groups.
At least 60 killed in suspected jihadist attack in Burkina Faso
Attacks blamed on suspected jihadists are on the rise in Burkina Faso, which is battling an insurgency that spilled over from neighbouring Mali.
Why are Croatian MEPs downplaying terrorist and Nazi crimes?
Representatives from Croatia have recently been organising events dedicated to or featuring figures with less-than-stellar reputations. Why?
Two held in alleged plot to attack Jewish restaurant in Athens
Police in the Greek capital also believe possible attacks on other Jewish targets that could have resulted in multiple civilian casualties were also planned.
Seventh commemoration of 2016 Brussels attacks adds 33rd victim's name
Seventh commemoration of 2016 Brussels attacks adds 33rd victim's name after Shanti De Corte was euthanised last year.
Journalist and aid worker freed in Mali after years as hostages
French journalist Olivier Dubois and US aid worker Jeffery Woodke have been freed after spending years as hostages of a jihadi group in Mali