Only when attackers begin to lose will the "lone wolves" begin to think better of their choices. "Join the losers" has never been a clarion call to fight.
All of the main suspects in the Brussels and Paris attacks appear to have been taken off Europe's streets.
Sources in law enforcement are blaming a suicide bomber, but those reports are unconfirmed.
At least 20 people died and others were taken hostage when Islamist gunmen stormed the Splendid Hotel.
The group has carried out attacks across the borders of neighboring countries.
As events unfold, some people are trapped in their offices and schools.
Militants have targeted secularist writers in Bangladesh in recent years.
The AP reports the man had previously been convicted of belonging to a terrorist organization.
Three were wounded in a shooting by a machine gun-toting attacker on a high-speed train between Amsterdam and Paris.
An army spokesman said the soldier "had some family problems, this is nothing to do with a terrorist attack."
The city of Derbent has a turbulent history and an increasingly active Islamist element.
Military source says two al-Shabaab camps have been bombed in response to last week's massacre at a university.
Theresa May announced plans to combat non-violent extremism, but campaigners condemned lack of action.
South African and former Soviet Union mercenaries training and advising military for pre-election offensive.
Jihadists attempt to sneak out of Baga town wearing women's clothes as the military campaign escalates.
Niger's parliament approves the deployment of more than 3,000 troops to tackle Boko Haram in northern Nigeria.
A Palestinian journalist was kidnapped by a group claiming to be ISIS last week.
A spokesman of the militant group said it "targeted the enemies at a time they were celebrating Christmas."
Coming to power as a liberal reformer, now Turkey's president has driven a 90% increase in religious schools
Gunmen ordered non-Muslims off a bus Saturday and shot 28 dead. Muslim passengers were spared.
The Emirate is operating a contradictory policy towards extremists - sheltering Islamist groups while participating in U.S.-led airstrikes on Islamic State targets
Nigeria's military has reportedly agreed a truce with Boko Haram, in a deal that may also see the release of 200 schoolgirls taken hostage by the Islamist group
German Hostage Captured By Filipino Islamist Group Says They Are Keeping Him in a Hole in the Ground
One of two Germans taken captive by an Islamist militant group in the Philippines said he is being held in a hole in the ground and will be killed if ransom demands are not met