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Jordanian security forces launched a raid on suspects’ building in Al-Salat
Prosecutor General Nabil Sadek ordered the referral of 30 defendants to the State Security Criminal Court on terror-related charges. The defendants are accused of forming a terrorist group embracing the ideas of the Islamic State group (IS) and financing it with money, weapons, and explosives, as well as providing its members with information and safe …
Three defendants handed sentences in absentia
Mali attack killed 35 people, left another 90 wounded
30 suspected individuals were also arrested, 12 bombs controlled
Ministry of Interior claimed in a statement that the members of the cell were planning attacks on churches and the Coptic community
The social media giant says it has closed nearly a quarter of a million accounts with links to terrorism since February. The action follows growing criticism that Islamist extremists are winning a “digital jihad.”
At least 80 people have been killed in an attack on the Shiite Hazara community in Kabul. “Islamic State” claimed responsibility for the bombings. Experts say that highlights IS’s increasing presence in Afghanistan.
Many Iraqis are in shock after a massive ‘Islamic State’ (IS) bomb attack in Baghdad on Sunday. DW journalist Abbas al-Kashali discusses what is driving the spiraling violence and possible approaches to countering it.
Morocco – like Turkey, Tunisia and Egypt – has suffered a dip in tourism figures after terror attacks. Visitor numbers are still dropping, even five years after the last attack in the North African country.
Turkey’s representative for Reporters Without Borders has been arrested on charges of disseminating “terrorist propaganda.” Rights groups have raised the alarm over the Turkish government’s crackdown on the media.
Are Islamist ‘lone wolves’ a US phenomenon? Researcher David Schanzer tells DW why they, rather than members of organized terror cells, have carried out multiple shootings there – and where they may strike next.
The trial of members of a terror cell in the eastern Belgian town of Verviers begins on Monday. But the men in the dock are not believed to be the ringleaders of the cell.
Security forces in Burkina Faso, backed by French troops, retook a hotel in Ouagadougou after Al-Qaeda affiliated militants controlled it earlier
Ten years after the last large-scale attacks in London, Europe experienced a bad year of terrorism in 2015. Hundreds died, including many French, Turks and Russians. “War” against “Islamic State” has been the result.
World leaders have adopted a set of development goals to eradicate extreme poverty by 2030
Ashmawi’s call came in an audio message, according to SITE intelligence group
Militants reportedly planted IEDs outside the homes of two policemen
213 alleged members of the extremist group are on trial for terrorism charges
President paid tribute to deceased security personnel
By Özer Khalid 1 July, 2015, will go down as one of the darkest most deeply disturbing days in Egyptian history. Wilayat Sinai (State of Sinai), an incestuous Sinai-based “Islamic State” (IS) affiliate, mercilessly massacred at least 17 brave members of the Egyptian armed forces. IS`s Wilayat Sinai orchestrated attacks on 21 security facilities and checkpoints stretching …
Shop fronts in Fayoum were damaged by the explosion
52 alleged Muslim Brotherhood members also arrested
Police officer shot dead in Helwan security checkpoint attack
Barakat died in Nozha hospital due to injuries he sustained
Explosive device was planted in Barakat’s security vehicle outside his residence, say witnesses
Spike in attacks by militant groups remains consistent in apparent contradiction of interior ministry claims
Some eyewitnesses reported on social media that it appeared that the device detonated from beneath the seat of a police officer’s covered seat
Scholars training institutions, publishing houses allegedly belonging to terrorist groups will be tackled