The hunt for terrorism suspects in Brussels locked down Belgium’s largest city over the weekend.
The effect of the recent terrorist attacks in France, Lebanon and Egypt is being felt all over the world.
French officers raided an apartment in Saint-Denis, a suburb north of Paris, on Wednesday morning.
The Islamic State militant group claimed that they crashed the Russian airplane over Egypt in late October with a bomb made from a soda can.
The European Union is requiring Israel to identify products that are made in disputed territory and sold in Europe.
French officials say the man who is suspected of organizing Friday’s terrorist attack in Paris is Belgian citizen Abdelhamid Abaaoud.
The colors of the French flag — blue, white and red — dominated social media following Friday evening’s terrorist attacks in Paris.
It seemed like a routine transport of soft drinks: 48,000 cans of Pepsi cola.
Twin suicide blasts killed at least 41 people and injured 200 Thursday in a mostly Shi’ite area of South Beirut, Lebanese officials announced.
For a North Korean official, not appearing at a state funeral can mean a fall from power.