Police in the western German city of Aachen arrested five people, at least three of them foreign citizens, on Tuesday in an operation linked to the militant attacks last Friday in Paris that killed 129 people.
A special police res
French police raided homes of suspected Islamist militants across the country overnight in the aftermath of the Paris shootings, French Prime Minister Manuel Valls said on Monday as he warned of potential further attacks.
French police have identified one of the assailants in the coordinated attacks in Paris as Ismael Omar Mostefai, a 29-year- old French national, and seven of his relatives are being questioned, sources and French media said on Sunday.
Islamic State claimed responsibility on Saturday for a co-ordinated assault by gunmen and bombers that killed 127 people at locations across Paris that President Francois Hollande said amounted to an act of war against France.
It should have been a Friday night like any other in central Paris, with locals and visitors alike watching a show, enjoying a meal or shrugging off the cares of the week over a drink.
But for the second time in less than a year,
Iran is trying to stockpile enough firepower to ‘overwhelm’ the Gulf at any time, it has been revealed. Tehran is waging a campaign of ‘state-sponsored terrorism’ aimed at destabilising the region and fuelling unrest, s
Media and its role in fighting terrorism will be the focus of a forum in Bahrain next month. The Third Arab Gulf Forum for Political Media will be held on November 11 under the theme Media and Civil Peace. It is being organised by the Bahrain
Bahrain is waging a war against terrorists and those who aid and abet them, the Premier warned yesterday (August 30). Chairing a high-level security meeting at Gudaibya Palace, he was briefed about measures taken by security agencies to confro
A Bahraini delegation is gearing up to take part in an international conference in October as part of a campaign against Iranian terrorism in the region. Members of Bahrain Human Rights Watch Society (BHRWS) and Al Karama Society will take par
New regulations will be placed on Bahrainis travelling to conflict zones, as part of efforts to combat terrorism. The Interior Ministry is working on developing criteria to regulate travel to places with armed conflict, particularly in the cas