Belgian authorities have charged two new suspects with providing assistance in the lead up to the November 2015 Paris terrorist attack, the Belgian federal prosecutor's office said in a statement Thursday.
A US-led airstrike on the Islamic State stronghold of Raqqa, Syria, killed two participants in the 2015 Paris terror attack as well as a number of other militants, US defence officials said Tuesday in Washington.
Belgian police in investigating the 2015 terrorist attacks in Paris made crucial mistakes or did not pursue important leads in at least 13 cases, according to a report by a Belgian parliamentary committee that came to light via the Belgian daily De Tijd.
Three Syrian asylum seekers arrested in Germany on suspicion of planning a terrorist attack on behalf of Islamic State are linked to the perpetrators of attacks in Paris, Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere said Tuesday.
The brother-in-law of one of the gunmen who stormed the offices of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in January 2015 is to be extradited from Bulgaria to France, Bulgarian news agency BTA reported.
Investigators have come across several connections between the attackers who killed 130 people in Paris last November and the perpetrators behind suicide bomb attacks in Brussels last month that left 32 people dead.
Paris terrorism suspect Mohamed Abrini was charged in Belgium on Saturday with terrorist murders and lead participation in the activities of a terrorist group, over his alleged role in the November attacks in Paris that left 130 dead.
A suspect who had been sought by police for months in connection with the November terrorist attacks in Paris has been arrested and "more than likely" is the bomber who fled a later attack on the Brussels airport, Belgian media reported Friday.
Salah Abdeslam, who was arrested in Brussels for involvement in the November terrorist attacks in Paris, has downplayed his role in the attacks during questioning, Le Monde newspaper reported Saturday.
Belgian authorities on Wednesday identified a man shot during an anti-terrorism raid connected to last year's Paris attacks as a 35-year-old Algerian who was barely known to the police, while warning that two suspects are still on the run.
France's highest constitutional authority said taking information during searches conducted under state of emergency measures constitutes unauthorized seizure, the council said in a decision released Friday.
Belgian authorities arrested three terrorist suspects Tuesday, after carrying out raids across Brussels amid an investigation into a recruitment network linked to the Islamic State extremist group, prosecutors said.
Saleh Abdeslam, a key suspect in the November 13 Paris terrorist attacks who has since been on the run, has contacted a lawyer in Belgium, the Belga news agency reported Thursday, citing an unnamed source.
Britain is on its second-highest alert level of "severe", meaning a militant attack is considered highly likely, mainly due to the threat the authorities say is posed by Islamic State militants in Syria and Iraq and their encouragement of supporters to carry out attacks in their homelands.
Under an anti-terrorism law introduced in 2006, terrorism suspects can be held for up to six days if there is a serious risk of an imminent act of terrorism, or for international cooperation. Then they must be charged or released.
"The City of Zagreb, in solidarity with the City of Light, will light its fountains with the colours of the French flag and the Museum of Contemporary Art will colour its facade in the colours of the French flag,