Malaysia has launched a terror probe into the disappearance of the airliner that vanished with 239 people on board on Saturday.
A French court has jailed three men for trying to go and fight alongside Islamist groups in Syria. They were found guilty of plotting terrorist acts.
A man who published Al-Qaida propaganda translated into French on the web has been sentenced to a year in prison. A Paris court found.
A French engineer has been shot dead in the Libyan city of Benghazi, hospital sources said Sunday.
A 14-year-old French girl is in a care home after being stopped at Lyon airport, apparently heading for Syria to wage jihad.
The headlines on the front page of South African financial paper, BusinessDay, would leave you wondering just where the country is headed . . .
Negotiators attempting to secure the release of the South African hostage Pierre Korkie, who is being held in Yemen by Al Qaeda, say they have no proof that he is either alive or dead.
Negotiators for Pakistan's government and the Pakistani Taliban met for more than three hours on Thursday in a first round of peace talks.
Niger is calling for Western intervention to eradicate a growing threat from radical Islamist fighters in Libya.
Kenya's on alert for al-Shebab attacks. British archbishops criticise Uganda's and Nigeria's anti-gay laws.