Al-Shabab attack on US air base in Kenya signals resurgence
The Somali terrorist group al-Shabab overran a US military air base in Kenya on Sunday, killing several people. The group's bold offensive shows it is recovering after suffering high casualties from US drone strikes.
Supremacists no real threat to South Africa, analyst says
Four members of a white supremacist group appeared in court in South Africa today, accused of planning terrorist acts against black people. The police say they were planning deadly attacks against black people.
US: Two sentenced to prison for foiled terrorist plot on Muslims
The defendants showed remorse as the judge declared them a "threat to everyone in our democratic society." The two men planned to use homemade explosives in a terrorist plot on a Muslim community in upstate New York.
At least 26 killed, 56 others injured in hotel bombing in Somalia
At least 26 people were killed and 56 others injured in a deadly terrorist attack in the south Somalia's port Kismayo on Friday evening, officials said on Saturday.
After the tragedy, Sri Lankan tourism braces for impact
More than 350 people lost their lives in terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka on Sunday. The attacks struck at the heart of the country's vibrant tourism industry, a sector of importance to the country’s fragile economy.
Austrian far-right Identitarian Movement investigated over New Zealand attacker link
Authorities have raided the Austrian Identitarian Movement leader Martin Sellner's Vienna apartment. His group received a larger-than-usual donation from a email address linked to the suspected Christchurch terrorist.
Dasuki seeks to stop trial-in-absentia
Former National Security Adviser, Col. Sambo Dasuki, who is standing trial over alleged misappropriation of funds meant for the purchase of arms in the fight against Boko Haram terrorists has asked a trial court to suspend his trial indefinitely pending when the Federal Government complies with orders of Courts which granted him bail.
A look inside Russia’s military summer camps
Each year thousands of young Russians attend summer camp. But while making campfires and pitching tents, they also learn to fire guns and practice clearing a building of terrorists. DW's Emily Sherwin packed her sleeping bag and went to take a look.
BIAFRA: Fresh trouble as Nigerian govt. tenders terrorism evidence against IPOB
The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has asked a Federal High Court in Abuja to vacate the order proscribing it as a terrorist organisation for being faulty.
Macron and Trump at Bastille Day; Remembering Nice attack victims
Our panel of international journalists discuss Macron’s first Bastille Day military parade as President, with guest of honour Donald Trump by his side. Staying in France, we also take a look at commemorations taking place in Nice and elsewhere, on the first anniversary of the terrorist attack that killed 86 and injured 450