The man who killed four people in the Belgian city of Liege this week carried out an act of "terrorist murder" and may have intended to cause more carnage.
A knife-wielding man stabbed two police officers Tuesday in the Belgian city of Liege, stole their weapons and shot them and a bystander dead.
The only surviving member of the Islamic State cell that attacked Paris in Nov. 2015 refused to rise for a Belgian court or answer any questions.
A man driving a car attempted to plow over people in Belgium; In the car, authorities found knives, a shotgun and a gas can with an unknown liquid.
As we enter 2017, European leaders begin to resign themselves to a new era where terrorist attacks may be a fact of life, not an exception.
The Islamic State group on Sunday claimed responsibility for a weekend machete attack that wounded two policewomen in the Belgian city of Charleroi.
Brussels remained on high alert Monday with increased security after a weekend sweep that left three in jail facing terrorism charges, including relatives of two of the March 22 suicide attackers.
All of Europe was looking for Abdelhamid Abaaoud, the planner of the Paris attacks. One woman helped him plan the carnage; another woman turned him in.
Belgian prosecutors launched a public appeal Thursday seeking any information on "the man in a hat" seen before the Brussels Airport suicide bombings.
Brussels victims included commuters heading to work, travelers starting long-anticipated vacations, expatriates setting out to visit distant homelands.