In 2017, Kuwait and Bahrain carried out their first state-sanctioned killings in several years.
Hate groups are flourishing in liberal California, fueled in part by Donald Trump's election. But the Golden State is no stranger to separatism, bias incidents and extremism.
The group, which murdered two Canadians last year, demanded a ransom for his release.
Khalid Sheikh Mohammed blamed American foreign policy and civilian deaths for attacks.
More than 20,000 people aged 15 to 21 from 20 countries were surveyed.
The proposed revamp, would rename the multi-agency "Countering Violent Extremism" (CVE) task force to "Countering Islamic Extremism" or "Countering Radical Islamic Extremism," and eliminate initiatives aimed at other violent hate groups in the United States.
The Philippines' leader said he would target more "son of a bitch" traffickers and drug dealers.
Leon was dedicating to combating the far-right, and shared his story with thousands of people.
Police said the family left Indonesia to join ISIS in Turkey.
Security footage reportedly showed a bomber following a Hasidic Jew inside the terminal.
The president's threat to impose a firecracker ban achieved a "remarkable" decline in accidents.
The man, who had arrived from London, was arrested at Sydney airport.
The law will allow authorities to keep people convicted of terrorism-related charges in prison past their served sentence.
Clue: it's not building a wall.
State Department reports social media offers cost-effective ways to target those vulnerable to extremism.
Mendoza has filmed government advertisements in support of Duterte's crackdown on drug gangs.
The FSB says it has found firearms, two explosive devices and ammunition in raids.
A man wearing a shirt bearing the word "jihad" threw Molotov cocktails at a church Sunday.
Duterte said he will not let his people be killed over a respect for human rights.
It is the second kidnapping in the Philippine region in a week.
Relations between Washington and Manila deteriorate further over Duterte's policies.
The firebrand Philippine leader launched another anti-U.S. tirade on Tuesday.
Authorities detained the pair for backing the group and inciting jihad.
Former Philippine justice secretary Leila de Lima said Duterte's campaign inspired lawlessness.
The man threw two explosive devices at police officers in a town near Jakarta.
Thais have gathered outside the hospital where he passed away to pay their respects.
Thai authorities step up security at landmarks and airports after reports of foiled plots.