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Armed police swoop on knifeman at UK parliament Armed police swoop on knifeman at UK parliament

Officers swoop and fire an electric stun gun, while detectives are keeping an open mind as to whether the man had an extremist motive


London tower fire: death toll hits 30, but dozens still missing London tower fire: death toll hits 30, but dozens still missing

At least 30 people have been confirmed killed and dozens more are feared dead in the London tower block fire, police say on Friday


Saudi-led sanctions 'harsher than Berlin wall': Qatar Saudi-led sanctions 'harsher than Berlin wall': Qatar

The recent decision by several countries to cut ties with Qatar is trampling on the rights of citizens from the entire region, al-Marri says


Indian airlines bar lawmaker in new airport rage case Indian airlines bar lawmaker for unruly behaviour

J.C Diwakar Reddy, from the southern state of Andhra Pradesh, allegedly pushes IndiGo airline staff and uses abusive language at Visakhapatnam airport



1,00,000 civilians held by IS in Mosul's Old City as 'human shields': UN

1,00,000 civilians held by IS in Mosul's Old City as 'human shields': UN

Iraqi forces are fighting to retake Mosul from IS, after the jihadist group overran the city in 2014, imposing its brutal rule on its inhabitants


Islamic State recruiter uses messenger services to brainwash youths in South Asia IS recruiter uses messenger services to brainwash youths

The US State Department reveals the information in a statement after naming Mohammed Shafi Armar a 'Specially Designated Global Terrorist'


Sharp rise in violent Islamist extremists in Sweden: intelligence Sharp rise in violent Islamist extremists in Sweden: intelligence

Jihadists or sympathisers from Sweden have been linked to several terrorist attacks in recent years


Islamic State’s South Asia recruiter named 'Specially Designated Global Terrorist' by US IS S Asia recruiter named 'Specially Designated Global Terrorist'

Mohammed Shafi Armar becomes the first Indian leader of the dreaded terror outfit against whom America has slammed sanctions


Terrorist Abu Salem convicted in 1993 Mumbai Blasts Case Terrorist Abu Salem convicted in 1993 Mumbai Blasts Case

The convictions come as part of a judgement on Friday in the second leg of the trial in the serial blasts case involving seven accused


Germany set to open its first liberal mosque in Berlin Germany set to open its first liberal mosque in Berlin

The mosque, which opens on Friday, will be the first of its kind for liberal Muslims in Germany


Philippine troops rescue Vietnamese hostage from Abu Sayyaf Philippine troops rescue Vietnamese hostage from Abu Sayyaf

No immediate information of Abu Sayyaf casualty during a bombardment but government forces continued the pursuit against the fleeing bandit group


Russian army says may have killed IS chief Russian army says may have killed IS chief

ISIL is an acronym for the so-called IS group, also known as ISIS and Daesh


London fire: Tower victims 'may never be identified' London fire: Tower victims 'may never be identified'

Seventeen people are known to have died but that figure is set to rise, with fears the death toll could exceed 60


China kindergarten blast was bomb, suspect dead China kindergarten blast was bomb, suspect dead

The Fengxian county government says class had not yet been dismissed and that no teachers or students were among the casualties


About 4,000 more US troops to go to Afghanistan   
About 4,000 more US troops to go to Afghanistan

The rising threat posed by Islamic State extremists, evidenced in a rash of deadly attacks in the capital city of Kabul

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