A bloody rampage by an ax-and-knife wielding Afghan refugee has revived concerns in Germany about the country's ability to cope with an influx of migrants over the past year, some of whom may harbor violent hatred toward the west.
Ten Brazilians who pledged allegiance to the Islamic State militant group were arrested Thursday, accused of planning attacks during next month's Olympics.
A teenager who attacked passengers with an ax on a German commuter train seems to have acted alone and had no direct connections to the Islamic State, Germany's top law enforcement official said Wednesday.
Libya's U.N.-backed government on Thursday criticized the presence of French troops operating within rival territory in eastern Libya, declaring it a "violation" of the nation's sovereignty.
It’s highly likely that the security situation in Turkey will deteriorate in 2017. The coup attempt may be over, but the deterioration of the security and economic situations will only grow worse in the coming year.
British lawmakers voted Monday to replace the country's aging fleet of nuclear-armed submarines with new vessels, heeding Prime Minister Theresa May's warning that relinquishing atomic weapons would be a "reckless gamble."
Besides tens of thousands of public servants and teachers being dismissed, Amnesty said the crackdown has extended to censoring media and journalists.
Europol said that in 2015, 151 people died — up from only four people the previous year — and more than 360 were injured as a result of terrorist attacks in the bloc.
North Korea on Tuesday fired three ballistic missiles into its eastern sea in an apparent protest of South Korea's decision to allow the deployment of an advanced U.S. missile defense system in the country, Seoul officials said.
Defense Secretary Michael Fallon says Britain will have to work harder to maintain its military and political influence on the global stage because of its decision to leave the European Union.