French Interior Minister announces seizure of passports of six suspected jihadists, says 40 more seizures are being prepared.
The new film “The Other Man” explores the personal and professional life of former South African President F.W. de Klerk and his role in ending apartheid.
Palestinian Authority found liable over attacks in Israel more than a decade ago.
A Kenyan court throws out parts of an anti-terrorism law seen as stifling the media but leaves a provision allowing police to hold terror suspects for nearly a year without charge.
Two former British foreign ministers deny wrongdoing after undercover reporters film them offering their services to a fictitious Chinese company.
Turkish military vehicles are seen on the move in a town on the border with Syria as Ankara announces a successful mission to evacuate Turkish soldiers guarding a mausoleum in Syria.
Britain’s former foreign secretary William Hague said that lessons must be learnt from the case of missing school girls believed to be making their way from England to Syria, but he wouldn’t be drawn on whether Britain’s security services bore any responsibility.
The 4 days Global Islamic Counter-Terrorism Conference opens with a message from Saudi Arabia’s King Salman: protect the image of Muslims across the world from the harm caused by terrorism.
British police launch an appeal to trace three London schoolgirls who are believed to be making their way to Syria, having flown to Turkey earlier this week.
A Palestinian charity launches a new newspaper to report on Gazans who were wounded or disabled during the Israeli offensives on the strip.