20 Indians trapped in Mali hotel seize: 10 developments
20 Indians trapped in Mali hotel seize: 10 developments

20 Indians are trapped in a LG store in the hotel premises.

Panel discussion on how terrorists are ruining Islam's image

Unfortunately more and more often, Islam has been associated with terrorism and violence due to the actions of a few extreme individuals who’ve taken it upon themselves to do the most heinous crimes in the name of Islam.

Suicide bomber kills at least 10 in northern Cameroon

Yaounde: A suicide bomber has attacked a popular night spot in northern Cameroon, killing at least 10 people only days after Islamic militants were blamed for another attack on the town that left at least 20 dead, the governor said.

Islamic militants raid army base and village in Kenya

Suspected Shebab gunmen raided a Kenyan military base and briefly took over a village on Sunday in the latest attacks highlighting the insecurity that plagues parts of the country.

Teenager among six charged in Malaysia over terror plots

Five men and a teenager were charged in a Malaysian court today with plotting terror attacks in the country, according to court documents.

Shebab militants kill Somali lawmaker

Islamic militants have claimed responsibility for the assassination of a member of parliament on Friday in the semi-autonomous northern Somalia state of Puntland.

US terror suspect thought killed in Philippines raid: Army

 Philippine troops have killed 56 Islamic militants including one described as "foreign-looking" who may be among terror suspects sought by the United States, the military said Monday.

US-led coalition squeezing Islamic militants, Kerry insists

An international coalition battling against Islamic militants in Iraq and Syria is beginning to win back territory and deprive the jihadists of key funds, US top diplomat John Kerry said Sunday as he denounced the group`s "new level of depravity".

Egyptian military kills 27 militants in the Sinai

Egyptian military air strikes killed 27 Islamic militants in Northern Sinai early on Friday, in one of the biggest security operations in the region months, security sources said.

Turkey detains five suspected Islamic State members this week: Army

Turkish authorities have detained a man alleged to be a member of Islamic State in the southeastern city of Gaziantep, the army said on Thursday, bringing the number of suspected militants seized this week to five.

ISIS will become more formidable: Former national security advisor

The new version era as represented by the ISIS (Islamic State) is expected to become more formidable and India likely to be one of the prime targets, former national security advisor MK Narayanan cautioned on Friday.

Kerry heads for London talks on combating jihadists

US Secretary of State John Kerry headed for London late on Wednesday to co-host talks on the fight against Islamic militants, insisting a 60-plus coalition of nations was determined to win the battle.

Father of ISIS sympathiser says son did nothing illegal

The father of the city-based youth, arrested by the Cyberabad police when he was allegedly on his way to Dubai to join the Middle East terror group ISIS on Saturday said his son has not done anything illegal.

Satellite images indicate huge Boko Haram attack: Amnesty
Satellite images indicate huge Boko Haram attack: Amnesty

Leading human rights group on Thursday released satellite images claiming to show massive destruction by Boko Haram of two Nigerian towns in what is feared to be the deadliest strike of the Islamists' six-year insurgency.

Upsurge in Boko Haram violence in Nigeria spreads over borders

The Nigerian Islamist group Boko Haram, which has proclaimed a "caliphate" in the areas under its control in the northeast of the country, is now threatening neighbouring Niger, Chad and Cameroon.

Nigerian troops win back cities from extremists

With a military escort instead of the usual pomp, the Emir of Mubi was reinstalled in his palace, where until recently flew the black-and-white flag of Nigeria's Islamic extremists, Boko Haram.

Swiss man kidnapped in 2012 rescued in Philippines: Military

A Swiss man kidnapped by Islamic militants in the southern Philippines nearly three years ago was rescued on Saturday during a gunbattle between soldiers and his abductors, the military said.

ISIS threatens use of nuclear bomb in London

Islamic State terror group may have developed a nuclear device by using radioactive uranium stolen from Iraq's Mosul University after seizing control of the city last June, a British media report says.

Nigeria president vows to hunt those behind mosque attacks

Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan vowed on Saturday to hunt down those behind "heinous" attacks which left at least 120 dead at the mosque of a top Islamic leader and vocal critic of Boko Haram.

Northeast Nigeria bus station blast kills 40 people: Sources

A roadside bomb tore through a bus station near a busy junction in northeast Nigeria on Thursday, killing 40 people including five soldiers, witnesses and a security source on the scene said.