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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Despite Trump’s grandstanding, and despite even this latest, legitimately positive news regarding Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the past few weeks have not been a collective success. Rather, they have been a boon for America’s adversaries and a catastrophe for its friends.
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Following the Turkish military offensive in Northeast Syria, the lives of hundreds of European nationals - men, women and children are at risk. We took the issue to parliament with our documentary Europe's Children of ISIS.
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.
The relative lull in Islamist terror attacks "may not last long, possibly not even until the end of 2019," UN monitors have warned in a report.
British Airways cancels all flights to Egyptian capital after the UK Foreign Office updates its travel guidance to warn of threat to aviation
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The younger brother of the Manchester Arena suicide bomber will be charged with murder after being extradited to the UK, police say.
A Taliban attack on a government security compound in central Afghanistan on Sunday killed at least eight security personnel, six civilians and wounded more than 180, officials said, as rival Afghan groups met in Qatar to discuss peace.
A witness described a huge blast followed by dust and panic after a bomber targeted a police car near the French Embassy in the Tunisian capital.
Brenton Tarrant, 29, a suspected white supremacist, is accused of carrying out the attack on two mosques, killing 51 people.
The two men — Bilel Kabaoui, 32, and Mourad Delhomme, 41 — are the latest defendants in a string of court cases that have already seen other nine French citizens and a Tunisian national be sentenced to death in the past weeks.
A 24-year-old Algerian student held in connection with last week's bomb blast in Lyon that injured 13 people has confessed to the attack and links to IS
It isn’t hard to see why Ghassan Salamé accused the global community of lacking the ‘moral motivation’ to end the Libyan civil war. After all, his comments followed Emmanuel Macron’s meeting with Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar, a warlord and dictator-in-the-making.
Whatever side of the Brexit side one may be on, Britain and the rest of Europe remain united in facing the threat of extremism. Extremists will waste no opportunity to try to exploit the perceived vacuum that Brexit may lead to. Luckily for us, they are wrong.
The former linguist later admitted that he had known the suspect for years.