The proposed law could also apply to Australians whom intelligence agencies assess to be a "risk to security for reasons related to politically motivated violence."
UN blacklists leader of Jaish-e-Mohammad, based and proscribed in Pakistan, on its list of global terrorists as China lifts objections. India hails decision, but Pakistan says listing approved after Kashmir dispute was de-linked from the group.
India's strikes on Pakistan were expected to bring a boon for the Modi government ahead of the general election in the country. Has it worked out that way?
The landmark legal challenge ruled that guidance given to universities and colleges which saw speakers with ‘extremist views’ being banned from events was unlawful.
In the wake of the recent Tunis terror attack, a group of artists performed before a young audience in the capital city, encouraging them to reject the 'the culture of death' and embrace 'the culture of life.'
The trio were detained by counter-terror police in overnight raids as they escalated preparations to attack crowded areas of Melbourne, according to police.
The Metropolitan Police says a 21-year-old man was detained under Britain's Terrorism Act in the West London suburb of Hounslow. Intelligence officials say there is scant evidence Daesh was behind the attacks.
Regional police tweeted that they had shot the man Monday afternoon in an operation amid a massive manhunt for the fugitive from the Barcelona van attack last week.
Taimoor Raza was found guilty of insulting the prophet Mohammed after an argument on Facebook with a counter-terrorism department official.
Mali was once the seat of a commercial and intellectual empire that controlled most of West Africa. But since 2012, a crisis in Mali has been brewing that features rebel forces, the French, Al Qaeda and the United Nations.
While the Europe-wide manhunt for the suspect behind Monday's attack continues, German police arrested two brothers who were believed to be planning an attack on a shopping centre in the western city of Oberhausen.
The controversial Investigatory Powers Bill, nicknamed the "Snoopers' Charter," has formally passed into law. An official petition calling for the act to be repealed has attracted over 140,000 signatures.
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