ISIS suspect first to turn informer for British spies: Report

Abrini appeared in court in Belgium last week where a judge rejected his bid to avoid extradition to France, where he is suspected of involvement in the Paris attacks that killed 130.

Ready for dialogue if Israel accepts two-state solution: Palestinian President Abbas

Ready for dialogue if Israel accepts two-state solution: Palestinian President Abbas

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said he was willing for a dialogue with Israel`s newly-appointed defence minister, if the latter accepts the principle of the two-state solution, the media reported on Wednesday.

At least 20,000 children trapped in Iraq's Fallujah: UN

At least 20,000 children trapped in Iraq's Fallujah: UN

At least 20,000 children are trapped in jihadist bastion Fallujah under siege by Iraqi forces and face shortages and forced recruitment as fighters, the UN Children`s Fund said on Wednesday.

UN agency says Syria Kurds block civilians fleeing near Aleppo

UN agency says Syria Kurds block civilians fleeing near Aleppo

Civilians fleeing an Islamic State offensive in northwestern Syria have been prevented by Syrian Kurdish authorities from entering areas under their control in response to rebel shelling of a Kurdish-held area of Aleppo, the United Nations said.

Shiv Sena asks Muslims brothers to join fight against ISIS

Shiv Sena asks Muslims brothers to join fight against ISIS

Days after the latest ISIS video showed Indian Jihadis in its ranks warning to avenge purported atrocities on Muslims in India, the Shiv Sena on Monday dubbed the issue as extremely 'serious' and asked the Muslims to come forward in the fight against the dreaded extremist Islamic organization.

Gunmen kill eight Egyptian policemen south of Cairo: Ministry

Gunmen shot dead eight plainclothed Egyptian policemen in the Helwan district south of Cairo, the interior ministry said Sunday.

Germany gurudwara attack: Third suspect arrested from Essen railway station

Police gave no further details, but media reports identified the third man arrested as jihadist Tolga I, a seventeen-year-old jihadist and sympathiser of Islamic State (IS) terror group.

Yemen launches southern operation against Qaeda militants

Yemeni forces backed by air power from the Saudi-led Arab coalition launched an operation on Saturday to drive al Qaeda fighters out of a southern provincial capital, military officials said.

Bahrain court jails 10 over police attack

Bahrain on Tuesday sentenced four people to life in prison and six others for up to 15 years for attacking police during a protest in a Shiite village, the prosecution said.

Suicide bomber kills three, wounds 27 in central Baghdad: Officials

A suicide bomber detonated an explosive belt in central Baghdad on Tuesday morning, killing at least three people, security and medical officials said.

UN chief Ban Ki-moon hails removal of IS from Syria's Palmyra

United Nations chief Ban Ki-moon Saturday welcomed the removal of Islamic State jihadists from Syria's ancient Palmyra, calling for the site to be protected for future generations.

Syria army seizes town north of Palmyra: State TV

Syria army seizes town north of Palmyra: State TV

Syria`s armed forces on Saturday expanded their control north of the historic city of Palmyra, state television reported, capturing a nearby town from Islamic State group jihadists. 

Syria sees impasse broken in peace talks as EU urges engagement

The head of Syria`s delegation in Geneva said EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini had urged his government to engage positively in peace talks on Wednesday, and he believed the round of talks had broken the diplomatic impasse.

Poland PM refuses to take in migrants after Brussels attacks

Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo on Wednesday said Warsaw would not take in its share of migrants under an EU plan because of the jihadist attacks that killed 31 people in Brussels.

UAE fighter jet crashed in Yemen, 2 pilots killed

Two Emirati pilots were killed when their fighter jet crashed on Monday in Yemen, where a Saudi-led coalition is battling Iran-backed rebels, the alliance said.

Syria strikes on jihadist bastions spike during truce: Monitor

Syria strikes on jihadist bastions spike during truce: Monitor

Since a ceasefire came into force in Syria, the army and its Russian ally have refocused their air power on targeting jihadist factions, a monitoring group said Monday.

21 jihadists, 4 civilians killed in Tunisia fighting: New toll

Tunisian security forces killed 21 jihadists who attacked police and army posts near the Libyan border on Monday triggering fighting in which four civilians were also killed, the government said.

Shells hit Syrian capital despite truce: State agency

Shells hit Syrian capital despite truce: State agency

A resident confirmed that shells had struck the district in the late morning.

UK spies hunt ISIS suspect who joined Linkedin

Security services in the UK are hot on the heels of a British Islamic State (ISIS) terror suspect in Turkey after he mistakenly disclosed his whereabouts by joining the Linkedin professional network.

'Islamophobia' forced Donald Trumph to admit about his 'Muslim friends'?

'Islamophobia' forced Donald Trumph to admit about his 'Muslim friends'?

The Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump reportedly ducked the question and said, "Oh, I could give you about 20 of them."