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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
NATO: Turkey says talks over Sweden and Finland's membership to resume
Ankara, which has been hostile to Swedish membership of NATO in particular, halted negotiations in January after anti-Turkish demonstrations in Stockholm.
Shamima Begum, who joined IS aged 15, loses her citizenship appeal
Shamima Begum, who travelled from UK to Syria aged 15 to join so-called Islamic State, loses citizenship appeal
How the death of an American in Paris 2015 could change internet law
For two decades, online platforms have been legally protected from the content uploaded onto them. That could change with a lawsuit over a woman who died in the 2015 Paris ISIS terror attacks.
The next big threat to humanity is bioterrorism, says Bill Gates
Bill Gates, who already warned us about the pandemic and climate change, says bioterrorism is the next big threat we're not worrying about enough.
Immersive exhibition recreates harassment suffered by ETA opponents
Between 1968 and 2010, ETA, a separatist group based in the Basque Country, killed 829 people and injured thousands.
Vienna Terror Attack: Trial enters its final day
A jury in Vienna is considering its verdict in the trial of six men accused of involvement in a terrorist gun attack in the city in November 2020 in which four people died.
EU faces calls to label Iran's Revolutionary Guard as terrorist group
Germany, France and the Netherlands are among the member states that have expressed support for the idea.
Bolivia: clashes erupt over detention of opposition leader
Clashes between protesters and security forces erupted on Tuesday in Santa Cruz over the detention of an opposition leader on terrorism charges.
Lockerbie bombing suspect in US custody
A Libyan man is accused of making the bomb which blew up the Pan Am flight 103 over Scotland.
Police investigate German coup plot fuelled by conspiracy claims
German police are investigating a plot to overturn their country’s government that included a large amount of money and weapons.
Germany raids: Extreme right group had plan for coup d'état
Extreme right group raids in Germany had plans for coup d'état, says Haldenwang
Authorities in Germany name arrested alleged members of all coup plot
German police staged nationwide raids on Wednesday and arrested 25 people suspected of belonging to a far-right "terror cell" plotting to overthrow the government and attack parliament.
Prince, politician, paratrooper: Who's accused over Germany coup plot?
With an estimated 20,000 members, the Reichsbürger movement brings together strands of disaffected, anti-establishment, right-wingers and others: those either angry at the post-WWII federal republic, or nostalgic for a Germany long gone.