France `lone wolf` attacker adopts Islamist orders

By acting alone and employing the shock tactic of decapitation, the suspect in France`s latest attack appeared to be following to the letter the gruesome orders of Islamist groups.

Attacks in Baghdad, elsewhere in Iraq kill at least eight people

Iraqi officials say attacks in Baghdad and elsewhere in the country have killed at least eight people.

Global terror attacks soar in 2014, deaths up 81%: US

Global terror attacks soared by a third in 2014 with an 81 percent spike in the number of deaths, the United States said Friday in a grim annual report.

Nigerian extremists attack villages, kill 37 and raze huts

 Boko Haram extremists have burned down six northeast Nigerian villages and killed 37 people near the insurgents' Sambisa Forest stronghold, a survivor said today.

Belgian police detain 16 in raids against Chechen jihadists

Belgian police on Monday detained 16 people for questioning during nationwide raids targeting Chechen jihadist groups, federal prosecutors said, adding some are suspected of training or fighting in Syria.

Who should be held responsible for the increasing attacks in Northeast?

Today on Taal Thok Ke our guest panel will discuss the probable reasons of increasing Northeast attacks. How far is India's Intelligence failure responsible for the attacks? or Is govt's policy on northeast responsible for this?

Who should be held responsible for the increasing attacks in Northeast? Part-2

Today on Taal Thok Ke our guest panel will discuss the probable reasons of increasing Northeast attacks. How far is India's Intelligence failure responsible for the attacks? or Is govt's policy on northeast responsible for this?

France deports father of Islamist gunman Merah to Algeria

France on Friday deported the Algerian father of an Islamist who gunned down French soldiers and Jewish children in a 2012 killing spree, police sources said.

After firing of rockets, Israeli war jets strike Gaza

 Israeli war jets early Thursday struck with air-to-ground missiles at military facilities in the Gaza Strip in response to earlier rockets fired from the enclave into Israel, witnesses and security officials said.

Militants kill nine Afghan aid workers in night time attack

Unidentified militants shot and killed nine Afghan employees of a foreign-backed aid group in an attack early on Tuesday in Afghanistan`s northern Balkh province, government officials said. 

Iraqi authorities raise Baghdad attacks death toll to 15

Authorities in Iraq have raised the death toll from bombings that targeted two top hotels in Baghdad to 15 people, with another 42 wounded.

Judge will sentence Boston bomber to death June 24

Boston bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, a 21-year-old naturalized American of Chechen descent, will be formally sentenced to death in court on June 24, a US judge said Thursday.

Uganda holds suspect in top prosecutor assassination

Police in Uganda said Thursday they have arrested a man suspected of involvement in the assassination of a top prosecutor engaged in high-profile cases including the trial of alleged bombers from Somalia`s Shebab Islamist group.

Boko Haram attacks NE Nigeria, military jets pound rebel positions

 

Abuja: Boko Haram fighters hacked to death 10 people in remote northeast Nigeria, a local government official saidon Monday, as the military claimed to have thwarted a fresh attack.

State Department releases first Clinton emails

The State Department on Friday released a first batch of emails by former secretary of state Hillary Clinton, relating to Libya and a 2012 militant attack on the US mission in Benghazi.

Bin Laden aide gets life for East Africa attacks

A New York court sentenced Saudi exile Khalid al-Fawwaz to life in prison Friday over his role in the 1998 Al-Qaeda bombings of US embassies in East Africa which killed 224 people.

US bolsters security at military bases over terror threat: Official

The US military has bolstered security at bases across the country as a precaution after the FBI voiced concern that Islamist extremists could target troops or police officers, officials said Friday.

Charlie Hebdo receives PEN literary award

The PEN literary award celebrating freedom of speech was given this year to satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, in New York, amidst high security and highly divided opinions within the organisation.

Timeline of Muhammad cartoons controversy

The Texas police shooting of two suspected Islamist extremists who opened fire outside an exhibition of Prophet Mohammed cartoons is the latest in a series of deadly incidents linked to such caricatures.

Delhi HC seeks status report on attacks on religious places

The Delhi High Court on Wednesday sought a status report from the central and Delhi governments on the steps they have taken to protect all religious places in the national capital.