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France arrests three linked to Barcelona attacks: Spain

Madrid - Three people were arrested in France on Tuesday for alleged links to a suspect in last year's deadly jihadist attacks in Barcelona and a nearby seaside resort, the Spanish interior ministry said Tuesday.

Guantanamo trial of Cole bombing suspect halted

Washington - The Guantanamo trial of the chief suspect in the deadly 2000 bombing of the USS Cole in Yemen was shut down Friday as defense lawyers refused to return to the case, Pentagon officials said.

Two jailed in first trial linked to Paris attacks

Paris - A French court on Wednesday jailed two men in the first trial stemming from the 2015 Islamic State attacks in Paris in which jihadists massacred 130 people.

Key suspect cleared in first trial linked to Paris attacks

Paris - A man who rented his flat to Islamic State jihadists was found not guilty Wednesday in the first trial stemming from the 2015 Paris attacks that left 130 people dead.

Verdict due in first Paris attacks trial

Paris - A man who rented his flat to Islamic State jihadists will be sentenced Wednesday in the first trial stemming from 2015 Paris attacks that left 130 people dead.

Fake French terror victim arrested for claiming compensation

Paris - French police on Tuesday arrested a woman who claimed 25,000 euros in compensation after posing as a victim of the 2015 Paris terror attacks.

Outrage as Greek assassin again given prison leave

Atenas - A far-left Greek assassin jailed for life over the murder of 11 people was granted a two-day leave from prison on Friday for the second time in four months, sparking renewed international condemnation.

April verdict in Belgian trial of Paris attacks suspect: court

Brussels - A Belgian court will hand down its judgement by the end of April in the trial of Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam, who is accused of trying to kill police officers in a bloody Brussels shootout, officials said Thursday.

Terror charge dropped against man on trial over Paris attacks

Paris - Prosecutors sought a four-year jail term on Tuesday for a man who hired out his apartment to two Islamic State jihadists after the 2015 Paris attacks, but they said there was insufficient evidence to convict him on terror charges.

Paris suspect Abdeslam refuses to return to Brussels trial

Brussels - Paris terror attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam has refused to return to his trial in Belgium this week over a shootout with police in Brussels that led to his capture, the court said Tuesday.

Suspect in Abdeslam's shadow may be bigger player than thought

Brussels - A Tunisian man on trial in Belgium alongside Paris terror suspect Salah Abdeslam may have been a bigger player in the Islamic State group than first thought, investigators say.

Defiant Paris attacks suspect 'trusts in Allah'

Brussels - The only surviving suspect in the 2015 Paris attacks accused a Belgian court on Monday of bias against Muslims, saying he put his "trust in Allah" as he went on trial for a deadly shootout with police.

Last hours on the run of Paris attacks suspect

Brussels - When their battering ram finally smashed the lock of the Brussels apartment, the police officers were faced with an almost empty room -- just a cupboard and a few mattresses. Then a gun barrel emerged in a door frame and a man burst out, opening fire.

Paris attacks suspect arrives for Belgian trial

Brussels - The last surviving suspect in the 2015 Paris attacks, Salah Abdeslam, arrived at a court in Brussels amid tight security Monday to stand trial over a shootout that led to his capture.

US and Argentina to work together against Hezbollah

Buenos Aires - The United States and Argentina are to work together more closely to cut off Lebanese Hezbollah's funding networks in Latin America, both nations' top diplomats said Sunday.

Belgium transfers to France man linked to foiled train attack

Brussels - Belgium on Friday handed over to French authorities a man linked to a foiled 2015 jihadist attack on a high-speed train bound for Paris, prosecutors said.

London mosque attacker jailed for at least 43 years

London - A Briton who deliberately drove a van into a group of worshippers near a London mosque, killing one man, was on Friday sentenced to life in prison with a minimum 43-year term.

Man found guilty of fatal London mosque attack

London - A man who rapidly became fixated with Muslims was found guilty Thursday of murder, having deliberately driven a van into a group of worshippers near a London mosque.

Abdeslam: from pot-smoking delinquent to key terror suspect

Paris - In the Brussels neighbourhood where he lived until his capture, Salah Abdeslam was known as a pot-smoking petty criminal whose former lawyer described him as having "the intelligence of an empty ashtray".

Daunting security challenges for Abdeslam trial

Brussels - Belgium and France together face a giant task in ensuring security for the trial of Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam, including guarding a 19th century courthouse against 21st century threats.

Last surviving Paris attacks suspect faces trial in Belgium

Brussels - The main terror suspect behind the 2015 Paris attacks, Salah Abdeslam, goes on trial in Belgium under tight security next week over a shootout in Brussels that led to his capture.

American 'Islamic State fighter' case challenges Trump

Washington - The first and only US citizen caught on the battlefield allegedly fighting for the Islamic State is in a legal limbo, held in Iraq without rights as Washington grapples with his fate.

Eyeing IS, Trump opens new chapter for Guantanamo

Washington - President Donald Trump's decision to keep Guantanamo Bay open marks the start of a new chapter for the prison, and highlights the administration's intentions for captured Islamic State jihadists.

Trump vows to keep Guantanamo Bay prison open

Washington - US President Donald Trump announced Tuesday he would keep Guantanamo Bay open, breaking from his predecessor Barack Obama's lengthy and ultimately failed efforts to shutter the maligned detention facility.

London attack accused hoped to kill Corbyn

London - A man accused of deliberately driving a van into a group of London Muslims told his trial on Tuesday that he wanted to kill the British opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn.

Suspects weep as parents testify at Paris attacks trial

Paris - Grieving parents testified Tuesday at the first trial stemming from the 2015 Paris attacks, moving the two defendants to tears as they described losing their children to bombs and bullets.

Suspects weep as parents testify at Paris attacks trial

Paris - Grieving parents testified Tuesday at the first trial stemming from the 2015 Paris attacks, moving the two defendants to tears as they described losing their children to bombs and bullets.

Paris attacks suspect 'message' showed desire to detonate belt: report

Paris - A message believed to be written by Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam indicates that he had intended to detonate his suicide belt during the assault, France Inter television reported Saturday.

Kabul blast: Key moments in security of Afghan capital

Kabul - Taliban militants detonated a bomb hidden inside an ambulance in a crowded area of Kabul on Saturday, killing at least 63 people and wounding 151 others, officials said.

France charges key suspect Bakkali over Paris attacks

Paris - France on Friday charged terror suspect Mohamed Bakkali over his alleged key role in the 2015 Paris attacks, a judicial source said.
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