A homeland security summit being held in Amman, Jordan, will focus on dealing with threats that interlink the internal and external security of the Middle East.
The Middle East Homeland Security Summit will take place between November 7
Custodian of the two holy mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz has urged solidarity and unity among Muslims to fight terrorism and bring about peace and security in the region.
King Salman made these remarks durin
Muslim countries have agreed to work together more closely to fight terrorism and other crimes and will establish an Istanbul-based centre for greater police co-operation, President Tayyip Erdogan said.
A Belgian national named only as YA was charged on Saturday with participating in the activities of a terrorist group in connection with a joint Belgian-French investigation into an apparently foiled attack plot.
President Barack Obama on Tuesday called for nations around the world to unite to defeat terrorism, saying the thoughts and prayers of Americans were with Belgium after the attacks in Brussels that killed 34 people.
Saudi Foreign Minister Adel bin Ahmed Al-Jubeir has reiterated the Kingdom's firm commitment to defeat terrorism in an op-ed published by Newsweek, titled "The Saudis Are Fighting Terrorism, Don't Believe Otherwise."
Bahrain is committed to supporting international efforts to combat terrorism and achieve lasting regional stability, the Crown Prince said yesterday (January 13). His Royal Highness Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa, Crown Prince, Deputy Supr
Bahrain’s Premier yesterday (January 2) lauded the “honourable” stance of Saudi Arabia, led by Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, in support of Islam and Muslims.
China passed a controversial new anti-terrorism law on Sunday that requires technology firms to help decrypt information, but not install security "backdoors" as initially planned, and allows the military to venture overseas on
This year may be remembered for barrel bombs, beheadings and the Bataclan massacre, but according to a Harvard psychologist, a remarkable long term downward trend in violence is continuing.
Wars are far less common and deadly than