Prosecutors say a former British soldier who escaped from prison may have snuck out by using bedsheets to strap himself to the bottom of a food delivery truck.
British police say they captured a former soldier who escaped from prison while awaiting trial on terrorism charges.
A main route between England and France was shut for several hours while British Army bomb-disposal experts examined a vehicle near the entrance to the Channel Tunnel.
British police have confirmed that an ex-soldier who escaped from prison while awaiting trial on terrorism charges was spotted at a busy roundabout in south London soon after his escape.
Workers are setting the stage for the World Trade Center’s newest component. It isn’t another office tower.
Former Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa has denied allegations in a British television program that Islamic State-inspired extremists were used to carry out suicide bomb attacks in 2019 to create insecurity in the country and help him win election later that year.
A former soldier awaiting trial on terror charges who appears to have escaped from a London prison by strapping himself to the underside of a food delivery truck remains at large as police are combing the United Kingdom amid concerns he may try to flee the country.
Austrian security officials say they have broken up a suspected terror cell linked to the Islamic State group that consisted of nine young men and one woman.
The United States is warning that the string of military takeovers in Africa’s Sahel region will hamper the fight against terrorism.
Sweden has raised its terror alert to the second-highest level. The move comes after a string of public desecrations of the Quran sparked angry demonstrations across Muslim countries and threats from militant groups.
Syrian President Bashar Assad has slammed Turkey and blamed Ankara for the uptick in violence in his war-torn country.
A federal judge recently ordered the release of three of the “Newburgh Four,” who were arrested in 2009 in a fictitious plot to destroy military planes and New York synagogues.
Moscow has promised retaliation after Ukrainian drones hit a Russian tanker in the Black Sea near Crimea, the second sea attack involving drones in one day.
South Korean police have detained a man suspected of stabbing a high school teacher with a knife in the city of Daejeon.
As several European countries evacuate Niger following a coup, the United States seems intent on staying.
Pakistani officials say the death toll from an Islamic State group’s suicide bombing at a rally of a pro-Taliban cleric’s party over the weekend has risen to 63, after eight more of the wounded died in hospital.
Pakistan’s prime minister is asking neighboring Afghanistan’s Taliban rulers to do more to prevent militants from crossing the border to stage attacks like the massive suicide bombing earlier this week that killed dozens in a border region.
Niger’s prime minister, who has been stuck outside the country since last week’s coup, is appealing to the international community’s help in rolling back the military takeover, saying it was crucial for the defense of democracy in West Africa.
An Afghan branch of the Islamic State group has claimed responsibility for a suicide bombing in Pakistan that killed at least 54 people at a pro-Taliban party’s election rally, in one of the region’s worst attacks in recent years.
Three men convicted in a post-9/11 terrorism sting have been ordered freed from prison. U.S. District Judge Colleen McMahon on Thursday deemed their lengthy sentences “unduly harsh and unjust.”
Spain’s Interior Ministry has confirmed that former British rap artist and alleged jihadist Abdel-Majed Abdel Bary has died in custody while awaiting a trial verdict.
A military court in Moscow has sentenced a dual Russian-Ukrainian citizen to 22 years in a penal colony for blowing up a railroad track last summer allegedly at the behest of Ukraine.
The pan-Arab news network Al Jazeera has condemned a recent decision by Egyptian authorities to brand some of its journalists as terrorists.
West Africa has recorded over 1,800 terrorist attacks in the first six months of the year resulting in nearly 4,600 deaths with dire humanitarian consequences.
Pakistan’s former Prime Minister Imran Khan has been granted bail by the country’s Supreme Court in a case related to a lawyer’s murder last year.
High-profile British radical preacher Anjem Choudary has appeared in a London court, charged with leading a terrorist organization.
A report critical of British police says officers should not have used counter-terrorism laws to detain a French publisher in London earlier this year.
Secretary-General Antonio Guterres says the post-Cold War period is over and the world is moving toward a new multipolar era already marked by the highest level of geopolitical tensions and major power competition in decades.
Despite starring in the blockbuster franchises like “Avatar” and “Guardians of the Galaxy,” Zoe Saldaña was too intimidated at first to say yes to a role in Taylor Sheridan’s new series “Special Ops: Lioness.”
A judge has denied a request by 17-year-old Michigan school shooter Ethan Crumbley to dismiss a prosecutors’ motion to seek a sentence of life without parole for killing four fellow students.