Gloria Totoricagüena toasted the death of Spanish dictator Francisco Franco in 1975. Now she is considering another milestone: the demise of ETA.
A day after twin terror attacks in Tehran, some Iranians are wondering why there hasn't been the kind of global outpouring of support seen after recent attacks in the UK.
The Guardian and London Evening Standard columnist Simon Jenkins says the media is giving the terrorists too much publicity.
Communities keeping an eye out for people at risk of radicalization — that's helpful to counterterrorism efforts around the world. This week, President Trump proposed cutting the US version of the program.
There have been attacks carried out using trucks or other heavy vehicles in the past. But lately ISIS has been promoting the tactic, in great detail, in its online magazine.
The technology is already in use, fighting the spread of child pornography.
Last week the Obama administration eased a 20-year trade embargo against Sudan, a nation the US still considers a sponsor of foreign terrorist organizations. Now, as the North African country looks to part with past alignments and improve US relations, it’s finding that battling extremism at home can be tricky business.
Anis Amri, 24, the man accused of driving a truck into a Berlin Christmas market, was shot by police in Milan, Italy, on Friday.
In signs that Mosul will soon be in the hands of Iraqi officials, top ISIS leaders have left Mosul even before Iraqi forces closed in.
Daily life in parts of Syrian is violent, with attacks by forces aligned with the Syrian regime, as well as by forces aligned with the West.
A US congressional vote to allow the relatives of 9/11 victims to sue the Saudi Arabian government over alleged connections to the attacks could open the US up to retaliatory cases, according one legal expert.