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Al-Shabab’s terror in Mozambique

Amid reports of brutal, indiscriminate slaughter, civilians bear the brunt as villages are abandoned and the number of refugees nears half a million

One dead in possible terror attack on Dutch tram

One person has been killed after a gunman opened fire on a tram in the Dutch city Utrecht.

Kenya terror attack highlights security challenges

Kenya's security agencies are under scrutiny following the latest attack on a hotel compound

Six dead in attack at upmarket Nairobi hotel complex

The attack at DusitD2 is the first in Nairobi in five years, when gunmen stormed the city's Westgate shopping mall, killing at least 67 people

Egypt kills 40 ‘terrorists’ in crackdown after Giza attack

A security source said the raids took place early Saturday morning, hours after Friday evening's roadside bombing

Iran points finger at US allies over deadly attack

Four militants attacked a parade commemorating the start of the 1980-1988 Iran-Iraq war in the southwestern city of Ahvaz.

Truck driver kills eight in New York ‘act of terror’

In New York's deadliest attack since 9/11, a pickup driver killed eight people on Tuesday, mowing down cyclists, pedestrians and hitting a school bus.

Capitalism hasn’t sidelined religion. It’s made it thrive

We are led to believe that the free market gives rise to secular societies, when the opposite is true

‘All Muslims, I want to kill all Muslims.’: London terror attack suspect arrested

At least one man dead and 10 others injured after a man rammed his van into worshippers near Finsbury Park mosque, police say.

Security is the EU issue for 2017

Terror attacks, pressure from the right wing and Russian assertiveness are focusing the attention of the union.

Islamic State hit but not slain – yet

Militants from the extremist group are under pressure by local and allied forces.

Terror attacks mar Africa Day celebrations

Human rights and the rights of women are the focus of Africa Day, but increasingly terror attacks are hampering development, writes Webster Zambara.

Released Brussels terrorism suspect proclaims innocence

A man arrested in connection with the Brussels bombing was released after no evidence found was linking him to the attacks, according to prosecutors

Will a war on terror work in Africa?

Military intervention may not be the best answer to terrorism in nations such as Mali.

Paris Attacks: Social media a measure of solidarity

Many complain of Western bias, but others say citizens in countries like Nigeria should take responsibility for drawing the world’s attention.

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