"Every day, you confront danger so it does not find our families, carry burdens so they do not fall to us, and courageously meet test after test to keep us safe."
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.
A Tucson man charged with plotting a terrorist attack on a motor vehicle office in metro Phoenix also expressed to an undercover FBI employee that he wanted to target a Jewish community center.
John Kasich: The Republican Party must reject all of the fundamental ideas and values that underpin Donald Trump's foreign policy.
Former FBI agent: "It could very easily happen here. You look at the low-tech aspect of this attack, nothing involved but a white truck."
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.
Health authorities in Utah are investigating a unique case of Zika found in a person who had been caring for a relative who had an unusually high level of the virus in his blood.
Last week, Fitch Ratings said that maritime disputes in the South China Sea underscore the growing importance of geopolitics in shaping the international policy agenda of countries in the Asia Pacific region.
A youth described as an Afghan refugee attacked passengers aboard a German commuter train with an ax late Monday, injuring at least five people before being killed by police, authorities 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.
Brazil is revising its security for next month's Summer Olympic Games in the wake of the attack in Nice, France, that killed 84 people.
An interview with Isaac ben Israel, who’s called the father of Israel’s cybersecurity business. He recently wrote an academic-style book on the topic called "Cybersecurity in Israel."
Seeking to quell fear and criticism, the French government called up thousands of police reserves Saturday to increase security around the country, after the Islamic State group claimed responsibility for a beachfront Bastille Day attack that security forces failed to thwart.