Pep Guardiola was charged by the FA for wearing a yellow ribbon in support of Catalan independence. FA chief Martin Glenn has compared it to a swastika or ISIS badge.
President Ghani offered to recognize Taliban as an official political group. In return, the Taliban would have to recognize the Afghan government and respect the rule of law.
Police said there was no evidence of terrorism. However, the FCO issued a statement warning British nationals that terrorists were "likely to carry out attacks in South Africa."
Military says around 200 armed militants, who aim to establish a South-east Asian caliphate in the area, have been clashing with the army.
The effects of suicide bombings on a hard or soft target can be devastating and traumatic to both victims and the security services tasked to counter the attacks.
Militants were last two of a four-member group, known as the "Beatles" for their English accents, to remain at large.
When terrorist attacks target foreign citizens or occur close to Kabul's "diplomatic zone," they easily make catchy headlines in major international news outlets.
Persistent terror attacks are raising concerns that past events are now beginning to haunt their present. But despite this, there is also still so much resilience and hope.
Arrested militant said during a hearing in Belgium that ISIS taught three women "how to deal with explosives, after which they were also prepared to travel to Europe via Turkey."
When ISIS emerged in 2014, militants and factions of groups historically aligned with al-Qaeda, such as Boko Haram and Al-Mourabitoun pledged allegiance to the new group.
Some criticized the decision as suspects were released as the insurgency is still ongoing. Others have cast doubt on whether the suspects had links with Boko Haram in first place.
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Libya requires a leader that can unify its different tribes. After six years in jail, If Saif Gaddafi puts forward a convincing strategy, he can be the country's new leader.
Violent demonstrations have rocked several Tunisian cities since 8 January. People are protesting over food prices, taxes and unemployment.
Steve Hilton, once one of Cameron's most senior advisers, suggested the so-called "bromance" between the former UK leader and US president was a fantasy.
Action on Armed Violence survey partly attributes the high number to multinational offensives against ISIS and the war in Yemen.
Boko Haram is blamed for the death of at least 20,000 people since its insurgency became violent in 2009. Following a 2014 mass kidnapping, its violence became known globally.
Former currency trader Macer Gifford traveled to Syria to join militias fighting against ISIS as he could no longer stand "inaction" to stop brutal crimes committed by the group.
An estimated 800 British people traveled to ISIS territories. Of these, 300 are believed to be hiding in Turkey, following the collapse of ISIS strongholds in Syria and Iraq.
ISIS militants captured Rosa, Bushra, and Suhayla in an assault on Sinjar, the Yazidi heartland, on August 3, 2014.
Since Russia officially deployed its forces into Syria in September 2015, this is the third time that Putin has announced the withdrawal of Russian forces, only to apply a tactical reduction instead.
Officials said all the appeal options available to the condemned had been exhausted. Mass execution took place days after Iraq declared total victory over ISIS.
U.N. warned of rise in trafficking of Tramadol in West Africa and the Middle East, claiming the drug plays a "direct role in the destabilization" of the Sahel region.
It is helpful for Israel to have only one voice to speak to, but any reconciliation between Israel and Palestine will be on its own merit.
The Yazidis are a Kurdish ethno-religious minority in Iraq. ISIS regards them as infidels and has killed, kidnapped and enslaved thousands of Yazidis since 2014.
Around 400 British people who traveled to join the Islamic State militant group have already returned to the U.K., following the collapse of ISIS strongholds.
Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson says people who fought with group should not be allowed back. Some 800 British people traveled to join Isis, and around half of them have already returned.
A slave trade has been going on in Libya since the fall of Gaddafi in 2012, but accounts made by victims have been met with suspicion of "a cooked up story for asylum claim".
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Mohammed Yusuf founded the sect that became known as Boko Haram in 2002. He was killed while in police custody in 2009, the year that marks group's start of its bloody insurgency.
Ollie Hall, a 24-year-old UK national, traveled to Syria in August to help liberate the city from the Islamic State group.