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Seven men have been arrested on suspicion of planning a major terror attack in the Netherlands. This comes after a months-long investigation into a terror network.
Officers arrested seven suspects, aged between 21 and 34, on Thursday.
"They weren't so far that it was a danger to society, in the sense that it was nearly too late. But they were quite far in their preparations," said Minister for Justice and Security Ferd Grapperhaus.
Iran's president pledges to fight terrorism after at least 25 people were killed when gunmen opened fire at a military parade
New EU regulations that would require social networks to remove illegal content within one hour should apply to cloud computing services too.
Facebook's definition may lead to governments suppressing opposition from legitimate groups, a UN human rights expert warned.
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Sudanese-born British national Salih Khater will appear at Westminster Magistrates court on Monday after ramming his car into barriers at the Houses of Parliament
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Spouses, children and parents of terror victims will now be entitled to €30,000, while siblings will receive €15,000.
Islamist militants armed with rockets and explosives raided the headquarters of an African military taskforce in central Mali, leaving at least six people dead on Friday, a spokesman for the force said.
Euronews' correspondent Masoud Imani Kalesar visited Kabul in the wake of a deadly ambulance blast which killed dozens, and witnessed the violence - and Afghans' defiance - first hand.
According to the European Police Agency, Europol, the terror threat in the EU is rising. Last year there was a 45% increase in terrorist incidents. But the EU hopes to combat the threat through reforms to Europol, Eurojust and a future European public prosecutor.
Paris is constructing bulletproof walls and metal fences around the monument in a bid to protect it from terrorist attacks.
22-year-old Cyril Vangriecken was one of three victims to be killed in last week's attack, along with two policewomen.
British security services started investigating Safaa Boular when she was just 16.
A commemoration has taken place to remember the victims of the London Bridge terror attacks a year ago
A national minute’s silence and a service of commemoration at London’s Southwark Cathedral will be held later today in memory of the victims from the UK, Spain, France, Canada and Australia.
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France has banned the showing of this summer’s football World Cup in public spaces — unless there is adequate security.
Thirty-one year old Benjamin Herman was given 36 hour leave from prison on Monday but failed to return
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Police in the eastern city of Liege have shot dead a man who killed two officers and a bystander in what has been described as a terrorist attack.
Speculation is mounting over the whereabouts of a Spanish rapper, who has reportedly fled the country, in a case that has raised concerns over free speech.
What purpose does France’s list of terror suspects serve, and why have some criticised it?
French Interior Minister Gerard Collomb said a 29-year-old man has been killed in Saturday's attack in Paris.