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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.
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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.
Swede convicted of terror plot to murder political party leader
Police found indications that Theodor Engstrom, 33, had plans to murder Centre Party leader Annie Lööf.
European Parliament declares Russia a 'state sponsor of terrorism'
MEPs called on EU countries to reduce diplomatic relations with Russia and keep them "to the absolute minimum necessary."
MEPs mull declaring Russia a terrorist state over 'brutal' Ukraine war
At least three political groups are discussing draft resolutions that would label the Russian Federation as a terrorist state.
Swedish man charged with 'terrorism' over Gotland murder
Police say the suspect also planned to kill the leader of Sweden's Centre Party.
Man jailed for online hate speech against Nice attack victims
The 21-year-old was found guilty of supporting the terror attack on Instagram.
Exploding martini, anyone? Inside the CIA's top secret spy museum
The CIA museum in Virginia has its doors firmly closed to the public - making it one of the most top secret collections in the world. What is in their private museum?
Gunman holds 12 people hostage at bank in Georgia
He had demanded around €2 million, a helicopter to leave the country and a Russian flag, Georgian media report.
Swiss woman convicted of terrorism after Lugano stabbing in 2020
The 29-year-old had tried to slit the throats of two women in a department store.
Belgium kicks off largest-ever trial for 2016 Brussels terror attacks
Up to 960 civil plaintiffs will be represented in the landmark trial, expected to last a total of eight months.
Pakistan's police file terrorism charges against ex-PM Imran Khan
Tensions are high with hundreds of Khan's supporters reportedly gathering outside his home, after he was charged following official accusations of "hate speech".
Spain marks five years since terror attacks in Barcelona and Cambrils
Sixteen people were killed and dozens more injured during two days of terror in 2017.
Alleged member of IS 'Beatles' cell charged with terrorism
The 38-year-old is believed to be one of the IS militants dubbed “The Beatles” due to their British accents.
Former Irish soldier jailed for 15 months for joining IS in Syria
Lisa Smith is the first person to be convicted in Ireland for a terrorist act abroad.
Spain marks 25th anniversary of ETA murder of Miguel Ángel Blanco
The kidnapping and killing marked a turning point in Spain's fight against the Basque separatist group.
Eight key moments from historic trial over 2015 Paris terror attacks
Verdicts are due later on Wednesday in the trial of 20 men following the November 2015 attacks in Paris, the worst on French soil since World War II.