The EU proposed steps to compel social media and websites to remove "terrorist" propaganda within an hour of receiving the order from authorities.
While the caliphate has been disassembled and IS conventional military abilities defeated, the Salafist-jihadist ideology remains viable and intact in affiliated groups and true believers…
Lithuania's prime minister proposed talks between the E.U. and Israeli interior ministers focused on terrorism.
Vengeful and tit for tat responses to terrorism have only spurred on wars, fueled isolation, and birthed collective resentment of the other.
How prepared is the U.S. to deal with future disasters? The Globe Post asked Dr. Irwin Redlener, a clinical professor of Health Policy and Management and Pediatrics at Columbia University.
Statements like "Islamic State has been crushed" are dangerous nonsense that distract policymakers and the public from maintaining pressure on terrorist organizations.
During his victory speech, Pakistan's prime minister to be called for “mutually beneficial” and “more balanced” ties with Washington. To make this reality, his government will need to…
The district court of Southwestern Finland found Abderrahman Bouanane guilty of two murders and eight attempted murders "with terrorist intent" in the southern Finnish city of Turku.
Indonesian police will now be allowed to detain terror suspects for as long as 21 days, and they will also be able to charge people for joining or recruiting for a "terrorist" organisation,…
Over the past decade, hundreds of men, almost always Muslims, have been arrested in India on terror charges and left in jails for years on end with little justice in sight.
Twitter has suspended over one million accounts for "promotion of terrorism" since 2015, claiming its efforts have begun to make the platform "an undesirable place" to call for violence.
French authorities said on Friday they intend to seal off extremists within prisons and open new centres to reintegrate returning jihadists into society.
At least four policemen were killed in the Pakistani city of Quetta when a suicide bomber rammed into their bus injuring 17 people, police said.
Twenty attacks were foiled in France last year and no part of the country is free from risk, Interior Minister Gerard Collomb said.
At least 11 people were killed and 25 others wounded when a suicide bomber blew himself up near a crowd of police and protesters in Kabul.
Fourteen worshippers were killed Wednesday when a suicide bomber attacked a mosque on Nigeria's border with Cameroon, civilian militiamen told AFP.
Russian President Vladimir Putin signed into law on Friday a bill that toughens sentences for terrorist recruitment.