Nicholas Rovinski pleaded guilty to conspiring with two men to recruit others for deadly attacks on U.S. soil.
New polling suggests 49 percent of Australians support right-wing populist party's call for ban.
The new powers would allow the state to indefinitely detain "high-risk" extremists.
The leader has expressed regret that his "son of a w****" comment was taken as a personal attack.
The Filipino leader pledged not to be lectured by the U.S. president on human rights.
Sevdet Ramadan Besim also planned to behead police in 2015 before authorities foiled the plot.
Police said the suspect had separatist connections and was from a Muslim-majority province.
Creation of a new fund for Islam follows row over "Burkini ban."
Two gunmen set off a car bomb before exchanging fire with security forces in the Somali capital.
A Home Affairs Committee report also slams social networks for "failing" to counter extremism.
The attack at a backpacker hostel in Queensland also wounded a 30-year-old man.
This symbolic victory over Islamism and hatred in the U.K. remains just that—symbolic.
The cousin of the el-Bakraoui brothers spent years in Iraqi imprisonment before returning to Europe.
The "proliferation of the LGBT movement" is not allowed in the most populous Muslim country.
The "Yarovaya Law" could introduce the most sweeping snooping powers since Soviet times.
More patrols only deal with the symptoms, and not the root cause, of radical extremism, writes Kyle Orton.
An official from a Muslim organization had claimed it was willing to bury Adel Kermiche.
Mayor of Jerusalem Nir Barkat shares some security advice.
The group has threatened Vladimir Putin and said its supporters "will kill you at your homes."
The radicalized youth directly addressed Francois Hollande and Manuel Valls before the attack.
The biggest lesson to learn is the contagious nature of this phenomenon.
Authorities had earmarked Petitjean as radicalized before he struck at the Église St Étienne.
The bomb attack against Kurdish authorities left at least 48 people dead.
The Christian and Muslim leaders of French town near Rouen lived together in harmony, community leader says.