The event does just a day after a similar attack was prevented in Paris’s Champs-Elysées. The police is calling it a terrorist attack.
According to Spain’s interior ministry, one of the men was a “key element” of ISIS’s decentralised propaganda machine to recruit others to join the group.
In the guise of “national interest”, Brazil has “deported” the CERN scientist to France, where he has been placed under house arrest.
A German culture scholar looks at how rising fear of terror and a week of violence has affected German media and politics. Will Germany’s open refugee policies last?
Officials documents cite France’s head of external security affirming knowledge of the November 13 attacks mastermind, without revealing his identity.
On their view of Muslims, about two-thirds of Poles, Greeks, Italians and Hungarians were “unfavourable”, a view shared by fewer than a third of French, Germans and Britons.
Trump is struggling to show that his campaign can match up to Clinton’s, which dwarfs his in both funding and size.
Given the increasing audacity of terrorist attacks, the Chavín de Huántar rescue operation can be a useful example in foolproof planning and subterfuge.
The Belgium-born Frenchman is believed to be the sole survivor among a group of Islamist militants who killed 130 people in a spate of shootings and suicide bombings in Paris on November 13.
A sense of the ironic inheritances of colonialism is desperately needed in France, where the nation bids communities to disappear even as it begs them not to go.
Salah Abdeslam, a key suspect in the Paris attacks of November 2015, has been charged with attempted murder during a police shootout in Brussels.
Researchers from the RAND Corporation have found that an absence of clustering for terrorist attacks around trigger events since 1994 suggests that the threat of further terrorism after an attack should not affect every day life.
Following the Islamic State attacks in Brussels on March 22, here is a list of principal suspects and, in some cases, their links to the November 13 Paris attacks.
Belgian police detained two key suspects in the Islamic State attacks on Paris and Brussels.
The bombings in Brussels once again calls attention to a serious crisis: the radicalisation of citizens outside the Middle East by extremist groups.
As US politicians, led by Donald Trump, increasingly embrace xenophobia, and as fears of terrorism surge back, Sikh activists say their community is experiencing another spike in discrimination.
We are truly entering the era of ‘retail’ terrorism – attacks launched by individuals or groups who consider themselves to be ‘franchisees’ of ISIS.
There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the attacks, and no clear picture of how many attackers were involved and if any were on the run.