Al-Shabab says its fighters killed five soldiers in the clashes, a claim Nairobi denies.
A senior EU security official said 211 extremist plots were foiled in 2015.
The young American speaks of seeing severed heads on spikes and suicide bombs in Syria.
Belgian media reports say security services became aware of ties between Paris attacks ringleader and brothers.
President-elect vows to reintroduce death penalty and a shoot-to-kill policy in war on crime.
Critics said the mock attack in Manchester, England, risked stoking religious divisions.
Four gunmen shoot and kill officers traveling in a bus in the Helwan district of the Egyptian capital.
Senior minister said scare campaign was just part of 'rough and tumble' of politics.
The numbers suggest that the threat posed by Islamic extremists is less than that from domestic right-wing radicals.
Reuven Rivlin criticized his own Likud party for inviting an Austrian far-right leader to Israel.
Famous conductor leads the Mariinsky Symphony Orchestra in concert at city's Roman Theater.
Copenhagen police have been called over exhibition that plans to show the other side of "martyrs."
As many as 70 Dutch children are believed to be inside the extremist group's caliphate.
Local residents who fled the city say the group are seizing farms to help their financial accounts.
Paris prosecutor's office says he will face investigative judges on Wednesday.
Special rapporteur says policy is stifling debate.
Abdeslam, who has been charged with attempted murder, is now due to be extradited to France.
All of the main suspects in the Brussels and Paris attacks appear to have been taken off Europe's streets.
Abrini was filmed at a gas station with the lone surviving Paris attacker Salah Abdeslam.
Before and after images of key landmarks razed by ISIS in Palmyra.
The unidentified third suitcase bomber, who failed to detonate his device, is seen running from the airport.
Charles Michel calls for greater cooperation between EU states after deadly suicide bombings.