The Sahara jihadi leader behind last year's bloody hostage-taking at the In Amenas gas plant is alive and plotting new attacks in Libya, security sources say, contradicting earlier reports of ...
An appeal for calm, amid growing violence in Kenya and fears that some of South Africa's platinum mines could close as a result of strikes - all in today's papers..
A French counter-terrorism operation in northern Mali has killed 11 Islamist militants and left a French soldier wounded.
Heavy artillery fire and air strikes have continued in the Iraqi city of Fallujah, as the military battles to retake parts of the city from al-Qaeda linked fighters.
A double suicide bombing outside the Iranian embassy in Beirut on Tuesday has killed at least 23 people. The attack was claimed by an al-Qaeda-linked jihadi group, the Abdullah Azzam Brigades.
The owner of the vehicle used to transport the two RFI journalists who were shot dead on Saturday has been formally identified as Bayes Ag Bakabo, a Tuareg, according to Malian security ...
As four French hostages arrive in France after three years in the hands of Al-Qaida in the Islamic Maghreb (Aqim), French media report that a ransom of over 20 million euros was paid to to free them.
An alleged longstanding member of Al-Qaeda, who was thrown out of Pakistan on Tuesday, has been charged with plotting terrorism and kept behind bars in France.
A French Muslim has carried out a suicide attack on a Syrian army position near Aleppo, according to an opposition monitoring group.
A security deal to allow some US troops to stay in Afghanistan to fight al-Qaeda was at risk of collapse yesterday after President Hamid Karzai said he was prepared to walk away from ...