Two suspected Palestinian men armed with axes and knives killed four people in a Jerusalem synagogue on Tuesday before being shot dead by police
Today, Canada says goodbye to Corporal Nathan Cirillo, one of two soldiers killed in a pair of attacks last week.
Police said the attacks were
After 90 years the Belgian chocolatier Italo Suisse decided to change its name as it was no longer associated with either country.
The firm chose
The US government is intensifying efforts to undermine the finances of ISIL, vowing to crack down on the islamic militant group’s black market oil
Canadian MPs were quick to hail Kevin Vickers for his role in stopping the attacker who rampaged through the country’s parliament.
A court in the UK has heard a man charged with terrorism offences may have been planning an attack on former British Prime Minister Tony
In public meetings or online propaganda videos, Islamist hymns, known as anasheed jihadiya or simply nasheeds, have become inseparable from the image
From one Scandinavian to another, Norwegian Jens Stoltenberg took over the helm at NATO from Dane Anders Fogh Rasmussen on October 1st. A former
In the UK there is mounting concern and anger over the extreme jihadist group Islam State. From British foreign fighters to a high tech propaganda
The beginning of the international military campaign against the jihadist group ISIL has potential implications for global and Middle East Markets
In this edition of Europe Weekly, police across Europe swoop to arrest 1,000 suspected criminals; the European Commission boosts security after a
Militants have released a video of a British captive who says he will tell “the truth” about the Islamic State in a series of programmes.
As the barbaric acts committed by the self-styled Islamic State intensify, the Grand Mufti of Egypt, Sheik Shawky Allam, is calling on Europe to
Three Lebanese teenagers have created an internet anti-terror sensation with their #BurnISISFlagChallenge
The trio took to a square in Beirut and
Islamic State jihadists in Iraq and Syria pose a “multi-faceted threat” to the West but are “not invincible,” as US air strikes have exposed their
On September 1, 2004, hundreds of children returned to school in Beslan like thousands of others across Russia. Traditionally, the start of the new
David Cameron says he will give police powers to seize the passports of British jihadists to stop them returning to the UK.
The British Prime
Twitter says it is suspending accounts of those that post disturbing photos from the video showing the beheading of American journalist James Foley
Residents from Gwozo City, north-east Nigeria, have accused the Islamist group Boko Haram of killing dozens in an attack early on Wednesday.
Governments are at a loss over how to tackle extremist groups’ “highly-intelligent and unprecedented” use of social media, it’s been
The conflict in Iraq is increasingly threatening to export trained terrorists to other countries in the region, and to the West.
Iraq has been plunged into a fresh crisis after ISIS (the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant) seized towns in the north of the country.
Political danger is growing in Iraq with Nouri al-Maliki’s failure to put a government together. He won Iraq’s legislative elections in April — but