U.S. authorities indicted Sheikh Abdullah el-Faisal after he tried to help an undercover NYPD agent travel to Syria.
"If someone shouts Allahu Akbar while running through St Mark's Square, we'll shoot them," the mayor of Venice said.
The social media company is waging war on ISIS, taking down two-thirds of its accounts within hours.
The jihadi group orders followers to strike train stations to cause mass disruption.
The online chat took place in August last year using a secure messaging app.
Ayman al-Zawahiri identified Zuhair al-Maghribi as a worker for As-Sahab, Al-Qaeda's media arm.
Gerard Collomb said the threat of militant attacks was "very high."
The list includes Iraqis, Francophone nationals and other Europeans.
The Trump administration has criticized the Islamic Republic for its ballistic missile tests.
Around 150,000 of the city's domestic helpers are from Muslim-majority Indonesia.
The jihadis refuse to admit fighting for ISIS as they prepare to return for trials at home.
A new report details the close links between ISIS's leadership and the militants who overran Marawi in May.
She posted a brief clip to Snapchat wearing the outfit in one of the country's most conservative regions.
The magazine defends the publication of the pictures that show victims of the truck attack as a public duty.
The move comes after the revelation that an ISIS-linked attacker who rammed a car into a police van in Paris was a gun-club member.
Gunmen attacked a cafe in the country's capital a year ago.
The jihadi group abducted the Vietnamese sailors last year off the southern Philippine coast.
The group destroyed the mosque earlier this month amidst its final stand for the city.
Life with ISIS "was not what I thought," said one former fighter. Now, he has no future in Europe.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the period between May 23 and June 23 saw 472 civilian deaths.
Iranians protested the jihadi group after twin suicide-bomb attacks earlier this month.
Baghdadi is the most-wanted man in the world.