Two people in possession of Islamic State propaganda were arrested in raids in and around Brussels Sunday and Monday, sparking renewed concerns about Belgium's homegrown jihadi insurgency.
Jordanian officials haven't commented on the likely motives of the gunman who turned on his trainers at a police facility on Monday. Six people died in the attack, including the Jordanian attacker.
South Korea and other US allies in Asia have welcomed the US Navy's assertion of navigation rights near reclaimed islands controlled by China.
The USS Lassen sailed close to a Chinese manmade island on Tuesday. Tensions have been mounting over China's territorial claims in the area.
China has criticized the sail-past of a US warship close to an uninhabited reef in the South China Sea that China has occupied. The US and others contest China's territorial claims there.
Netanyahu's claim that the then-grand mufti of Jerusalem, and not Hitler, conceived of the Holocaust is being ridiculed as a 'dangerous distortion' and an attempt to demonize all Palestinians.
Despite stories of escapees, women are joining the Islamic State at an exponential rate. An Austrian teen was reportedly killed recently when she tried to escape.
The fate of the two pilots who ejected from the downed plane is unclear. Turkey had objected last week that Russia was bombing Turkmen rebels in Syria.
Police and military vehicles are patrolling the streets, while the metro and schools remain closed.
The French prime minister on Thursday warned of a possible chemical attack and urged lawmakers to approve expanded police powers.
The suburb of St. Denis awoke Wednesday to the sound of gunfire and explosions. French police continue to hunt suspects linked to last week's attacks.
The Metrojet jet was downed over Egypt's Sinai Peninsula on Oct. 31, an attack claimed by Islamic State. Russian officials say there is growing consensus with Western powers on fighting Islamist terrorism.
France has arrested 23 people in raids across the country and recovered a cache of weapons in the city of Lyon. A Belgium-born suspect is among those being sought by authorities.
People climb to the Great St. Bernard Pass with Saint Bernard dogs from the Fondation Barry in the Swiss Alps, near Bourg-Saint-Pierre, Switzerland, on March 23.
The Syrian president's visit to Moscow, his first known visit abroad since the civil war began, indicates confidence in how the conflict is developing now that Russia has entered the fray.
An Eritrean man was shot and beaten on Sunday after being mis-identified as a second attacker in the shooting of an Israeli soldier.
China has constructed islands in an area claimed by some of its neighbors. It says it has an exclusion zone around these islands, which is at odds with the US position.
The group Abu Sayyaf may be responsible for the kidnapping of two Canadians, a Filipino, and a Norwegian in the troubled southern region of the country.
Tuesday, which the militant group Hamas declared a 'day of rage,' saw four attacks by Palestinians in Jerusalem and near Tel Aviv.
Russia's military intervention in Syria has jolted NATO and provoked frustration in Washington. On Wednesday, Russia launched cruise missiles from warships in the Caspian Sea.
The US airstrike on the Afghan hospital in which 22 people were killed has prompted Doctors Without Borders to call for an investigation into possible war crimes.
Russian jets have twice entered Turkish airspace, according to NATO, which has disputed Russia's account of an accidental incursion during action in Syria.
Russian officials say Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is crucial to fighting the Islamic State, while President Obama has called on the embattled leader to step aside.
Monday's capture by the Taliban of the northern city was a blow to Kabul's efforts to pacify its foes.