Belgium's capital Brussels has been put on the country's highest alert due to "a serious and imminent threat" after reports that an Islamic State, or ISIS, terrorist, suspected to be part of the attacks on Paris a week ago, was in the city, apparently armed with a suicide belt and trying to get to Syria.
President Vladimir Putin has condemned the Turkish government for shooting down a Russian Su-24 warplane Tuesday, saying the pilots never violated Turkish airspace as claimed.
Atheist professor and author Richard Dawkins has spoken out against the U.K.'s leading cinema chains refusing to screen a Church of England ad about the Lord's Prayer.
As tens of thousands of refugees flee war-torn Syria to seek asylum in Europe, world leaders are deliberating on what actions to take against President Bashar al-Assad whose government has killed hundreds of thousands of innocent civilians in barrel bomb and chemical weapons attacks as the country fights a civil war and ISIS.
One American, a mother and public health worker, was among 27 killed in a terror attack on Radisson Blu hotel in Mali's capital Bamako, in which al Qaeda-affiliated attackers carrying AK-47s took more than 100 people hostage Friday.
The Church of England has warned of a "chilling" effect on free speech, after leading U.K. cinemas refused to show an ad for the Lord's Prayer, citing it could offend people of other faiths or no faith.
While calling for greater global cooperation on terrorism Monday, Russian President Vladimir Putin said financing for ISIS is coming from 40 nations, including some G20 states.
A newly released report on global terrorism has claimed that Nigeria's terror group Boko Haram killed more people than ISIS in 2014.
As president of a country whose Christian population is quickly vanishing, Syria's Bashar al-Assad has said he sees Vladimir Putin as the only world leader defending Christianity.
Russian Orthodox Church bishop Hilarion Alfeyev has called ISIS militants "servants of Satan," in a call for Russia and France to unite in the battle against terrorism.
French authorities have carried out a series of anti-terror raids following ISIS' attacks on Friday, leading to the arrests of 23 people, while over 100 have been placed under house arrest.
As concerns mount in the U.S. and Europe about the background of Syrian refugees, police in Turkey arrested eight suspects Wednesday who are believed to be Islamic State militants.
A major bomb blast at a market in the northeastern Nigerian city of Yola that killed 32 and wounded 80 people Tuesday night was reportedly detonated by Boko Haram.
'To Forgive Terrorists Is Up To God, But To Send Them To Him Is Up To Me' - Did Putin Really Say These Words Going Viral on Facebook?
"To Forgive The Terrorists Is Up To God, But To Send Them To Him Is Up To Me" - These were the words of Russian President Vladimir Putin going viral on Wednesday, as the world looks to respond to ISIS's recent attacks. However, did Putin really say these words?
German authorities have said they received information about a planned explosion at a soccer stadium in Hanover, which forced the evacuation of fans and canceled the Germany-Netherlands friendly match Tuesday night.
Catholics and Muslims in Michigan have come together to hold interfaith vigils in remembrance of the victims in last week's terror attacks in Paris and Beirut.
The Islamic State released 10 Assyrian Christian hostages Tuesday night in the Tel Temir town in Hasakah province, northeastern Syria, but over 150 remain captured and threatened with death.
The brother of Shahbaz Bhatti, a government minister who was killed by terrorists for opposing the controversial blasphemy laws in Pakistan, told the U.K. parliament that his country finally appears to be moving toward religious freedom.
The city of Raqqa in Syria, deemed the main base of the Islamic State terror group, is reportedly set to be assaulted by French, Russian, and Kurdistan forces in a major operation.
Turkey's military has reportedly shot down a Russian Su-24 jet that it claimed was violating Turkish airspace, causing a major political row with Russia, which says its aircraft was over Syrian territory.
Singapore's City Harvest Church founding pastor Kong Hee was sentenced Friday to eight years in jail, and five other church leaders were also given prison terms between 21 months and six years, over a $35-million fraud case they were involved in to fund the music career of Kong's wife.
Brussels remained on highest terror alert for a third day Monday as a prime suspect in the deadly Paris attacks was still on the run in the Belgian capital.
Elite gendarmes from France's National Gendarmerie Intervention Group were dispatched to Mali Friday morning in the wake of a terror attack at a hotel in that country's capital, Bamako.
Islamic gunmen possibly linked to the al-Qaeda terror group initially took 170 people hostage at a hotel in Mali on Friday, reportedly releasing people able to recite the Quran.
The Islamic State terrorist organization announced Wednesday through its monthly online magazine that its militants have executed two foreign hostages from China and Norway.
French authorities confirmed Thursday morning that Abdelhamid Abaaoud, the suspected mastermind behind the Paris terror attacks last week, was killed during a raid in the capital on Wednesday.
A Pakistani Christian family has been forced to flee from home and is now in hiding after the family's eight-year-old daughter was beaten and locked inside of her school's bathroom for hours after she allegedly used a toilet designated for Muslims.
A woman wearing a suicide vest blew herself up during an anti-terror raid in Paris Wednesday morning.