Fatal blast at Catholic Mass in the Philippines
Four people have been killed in an explosion at a Catholic Mass in the southern Philippines on Sunday morning. The incident occurred at the gymnasium of Mindanao State University in Marawi, the country's largest Muslim city.
Tourist killed in suspected terror attack near Eiffel Tower
A German citizen died and two other people were injured after a man attacked tourists in central Paris near the Eiffel Tower. A short time Police arrested a 26-year-old man who was previously jailed over terror offences.
Riots erupt in Dublin after children stabbed
Three young children were among five people injured in a knife attack in Dublin that sparked riots in the city centre and which police have not yet ruled out any motive over, including whether it could be terror-related.
U.S-Canada border crossing reopens after car explosion
The Rainbow Bridge border crossing at Niagara Falls has reopened one day after a car crashed in a fiery explosion and two people were killed on the American side. The FBI said they found no connection to terrorism or explosives in the ca...
FBI investigates car explosion at U.S-Canada border; two killed
A speeding car launched through the air and crashed in a fiery explosion on the American side of the Rainbow Bridge border crossing between Niagara Falls, Ont., and New York. Both people in the vehicle were killed.
Vehicle explodes at U.S, Canada border
A vehicle exploded on Wednesday at the Rainbow Bridge connecting the United States and Canada at Niagara Falls prompting authorities to close all four border crossings between western New York and Canada, U.S. and Canadian officials said.
Gaza hostage families urge to stop talk of Hamas execution
Relatives of some of the 240 people held by Hamas in Gaza urged far-right Israeli lawmakers not to pursue proposed capital punishment for captured Palestinian militants, saying that even talk of doing so might endanger the hostages.
German police target suspected group with links to Hezbollah
Hundreds of German police have raided the properties of suspected members of a group with links to the Iran-backed Hezbollah group. Germany’s interior ministry says it conducted searches in 54 buildings in 16 states, including in Berlin,...
Funeral held for Israeli-Canadian activist killed by Hamas
Mourning her death in the Hamas attacks on Oct. 7, friends and relatives of Canadian Israeli peace activist Vivian Silver lay her to rest. They are vowing to continue her work to end the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and advocate for Pale...
Israel arrests Palestinian activist in the West Bank
Israeli forces have arrested Ahed Tamimi, a prominent 22-year-old Palestinian activist, for “inciting terrorism”. They announced the arrest on Monday following another round of overnight raids and fighting in the occupied West Bank. Viol...
Germany announces complete ban of Hamas activities
Germany has banned any activities in support of Hamas and a Palestinian organization called Sami-doun. The nation has been one of the strongest backers of Israel's government and policies - citing historical wrongs.
FBI warns of increasing terror threat
Israeli forces are ramping up attacks in Gaza, striking buildings in a refugee camp in pursuit of Hamas terrorists. Now, the war overseas is raising concerns here in the U.S. with the FBI issuing a warning that the war may raise the poss...
Explained: Where Hamas gets its money and why it's so hard to stop
The U.S. is ramping up efforts to cut off funding to Hamas after the group's terrorist attacks on Israel. It's a difficult and complicated effort, given the scope and intricacy of the Hamas funding network.
Israel warns Hezbollah against entering the war
Israel said Lebanon may be dragged into a wider regional war by Hezbollah after another night of intense cross-border fire with the Iran-backed militant group. Rosalind Mathieson reports on Bloomberg Television.
Rushdie gives rare interview following murder attempt
He is a passionate defender of freedom of thought. But that has come at a high price. A fatwa was issued against Rushdie in 1989, and in 2022, Rushdie survived an attempted murder.
Hezbollah calls for "Day of Rage" against Israel
Lebanon's Iran-backed Hezbollah movement on Tuesday called for a "Day of Rage" to condemn a hospital strike in Gaza, blaming Israel for what it called a "massacre". Israel has evacuated towns along its border with Lebanon amid growing fe...
The history of the Hezbollah group
Since Sunday, the Iran-backed Hezbollah group has fired both precision missiles and rockets at Israeli military positions and towns. A Shiite political party and militant group, Hezbollah have long been a sworn enemy of Israel.
Suspected Brussels gunman shot dead by police
A 45-year-old Tunisian gunman suspected of killing two Swedish football fans in Brussels died on Tuesday after being shot by police in a cafe, authorities said. The man, who was shot in the chest, died in hospital from his wounds, media ...
Two football fans shot dead in Brussels, match abandoned
Two Swedish nationals were shot to death in central Brussels on Monday night, and a man who identified himself as a member of the Islamic State claimed responsibility in a video posted online.
Teacher fatally stabbed in school attack in France
A 20-year-old knifeman fatally stabbed a teacher and wounded two others in an attack at a school in the northern France city of Arras. President Macron condemned the attack as "barbaric Islamic terrorism." The suspect, now in custody, wa...
Dozens of soldiers killed in attack near Mali
At least 29 soldiers have been killed in an attack in western Niger, according to the country’s defense ministry. A three-day national mourning period was declared in the country over the incident that involved “improvised explosive devi...
Turkey launches airstrikes on Iraq after terror blast
Turkish warplanes have bombed at least 20 targets in northern Iraq. The airstrikes come after a suicide attack on a government building in Ankara.
Turkey strikes targets in Iraq after Ankara suicide bombing
The Kurdistan Worker's Party armed group - the PKK - has claimed responsibility for an attack in the capital Ankara. A suicide bomber detonated a device in the heart of the city. The blast was followed by gunfire outside the Ministry of ...
Gunfire, explosions rock Turkey's capital after terror attack
Turkey's government says two terrorists carried out a bomb attack in front of the Interior Ministry buildings in Ankara, adding one of them died in the explosion and the other was "neutralized" by authorities there.
Pakistan: Taliban crackdown after terror blast
Pakistani security forces have cracked down on Pakistan Taliban armed group, also known by the acronym TTP. The group is blamed for rising violence in the country. It includes remnants of al-Qaeda and ISIL (ISIS), and has intensified att...
Pakistan blames India for deadly suicide blast
Residents in Pakistan's southwestern Balochistan province mourned and called for government action as the death toll from a suicide blast climbed and the country's interior minister accused India's intelligence agency of being involved.
Suicide bombings at two Pakistan mosques kill at least 57
Suicide bombings ripped through two mosques in Pakistan on Friday, killing at least 57 people and injuring dozens more as believers marked the birthday of the Prophet Mohammad, police and health officials said.
U.S. and Kenya sign defense agreement
The U.S. and Kenya signed a defense agreement Monday that will see the East African nation get resources and support for security deployments. The agreement guides the countries' defense relations for the next five years as the war in Ea...
African offensive against al-Qaeda group underway
Somalia has begun the second phase of its military offensive against al-Shabab fighters. President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud says his government wants to eliminate the al-Qaeda-linked armed group within five months.
Afghanistan denies giving sanctuary to Pakistan Taliban
Pakistan's security situation is deteriorating, with repeated attacks killing hundreds of its soldiers. Islamabad says Pakistan Taliban, or TTP, being sheltered in Afghanistan are responsible for the cross-border raids. It blames the Tal...