Jihadi chatter centers on attacks against athletes that will gain media attention worldwide.
A Brazilian group pledged allegiance to ISIS Tuesday, three weeks before the summer games start.
Indonesia's top security minister said security forces killed the feared militant on Monday.
The campaign has received 2,200 contributors and exceeded its goal in just hours.
A top Israeli minister claimed Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has "blood on his hands."
Security services foiled the plot two weeks ago, arresting 10 militants and seizing explosives.
A memorial of the former Labour leader Michael Foot was daubed in graffiti in an act of vandalism on Sunday.
Kamal Humeid will not be able to enter Israel.
After the murder of a 13-year-old girl, two more stabbing attacks have taken place.
The FBI says that it is not aware of any credible threat to both cities.
Interior Minister Aryeh Deri is attempting to have the residency of two ISIS supporters withdrawn.
Authorities hold one Turkish national and two from Dagestan after tip-off about plot.
A man pretended to have been abducted and forced to carry out a suicide blast.
Brazil's counter-terrorism director said the country faces a rising threat from radical Islamists.
French President Francois Hollande described the incident as "unquestionably a terrorist act."
Authorities are still searching for evidence of a direct link between Omar Mateen and ISIS.
Belgian police raid Brussels apartment and arrest man on charges related to extremism.
Filipino leader calls on citizens to take the law into their own hands as war on crime continues.
Twenty-eight politicians out of 32 said they had experienced harassment.
The notion that "moderates" won a great victory in the February elections in Iran has now been conclusively disproved.