The military says Iran was planning to attack Israeli targets with a new kamikaze-style weapon.
An asylum seeker was found guilty of manslaughter in the death of a German man last year in the eastern city of Chemnitz that added fuel to an anti-immigrant backlash.
Las autoridades están en alerta ante el aumento de grupos militantes que han aprendido a usar esta divisa digital que es difícil de rastrear.
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Syria appeared close to seizing the town of Khan Sheikhoun, though clashes continued. The town lies on an important transportation corridor.
On an eight-day visit, New York Times journalists given rare access to Syria found ruin, grief and generosity. What was missing after eight years of civil war? Young men and a middle class.
Five months after its territorial defeat, the Islamic State is conducting guerrilla attacks as defense officials acknowledge that the terrorist group is here to stay.
The authorities have begun to raise alarms about a steady uptick in the number of militant groups using the hard-to-trace digital currency.
The children with the best chance of repatriation have been orphans. Even in countries officially committed to the task, it’s slow going.
Lebanese security officials helped negotiate the release of Kristian Lee Baxter, who had traveled to Syria last year in search of adventure.
A cease-fire agreement signed in Kazakhstan had produced a flicker of hope. But it lasted all of three days, with air force jets hitting targets in the province on Friday.
This law student and freelance journalist was seized in Syria in 2012.
Less than five months after its military defeat in Syria, the group is considering attacks designed to “exacerbate existing dissent and unrest” in European nations.
The decision came hours after U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres authorized an investigation into attacks on health facilities and schools in the rebel-held enclave, following a petition from 10 members of the U.N. Security Council.