Putin’s Russia has invested heavily in organizations that promote a negative view of the United States and push Europeans to view Russia and its policies in a positive light, according to a new analysis.
Turkey on Tuesday warned of rising anti-American sentiment and risks to a migrant deal with the European Union, ramping up the rhetoric in the face of Western alarm over the scale of purges in state institutions since last month’s failed coup.
Several terrorist suspects were collecting Belgian welfare benefits while plotting attacks in Paris and Brussels, according to investigators.
A detained Islamic State recruit unveiled the existence of an internal intelligence unit tasked with identifying terrorists who can be deployed abroad to carry out the group’s jihadist attacks across the world, the New York Times reported Wednesday.
Europe is facing an increasing risk of “lone wolf” terrorist attacks that have become a “favored tactic” for jihadist groups like ISIS and al Qaeda, the continent’s policing agency warned in a report Wednesday.
An attacker at the wheel of a heavy truck plowed into crowds celebrating Bastille Day in the French city of Nice, killing at least 84 people and injuring scores more in what President Francois Hollande called a terrorist act.
David Cameron announced Monday that he would formally resign as the United Kingdom’s prime minister later this week, paving the way for Home Secretary Theresa May to replace him as the Conservative Party’s next leader after her lone challenger exited the race earlier in the day.
Ex-London mayor Boris Johnson caused a stir Thursday when he unexpectedly announced that he will not run to be the next leader of the Conservative Party and British prime minister.
Secretary of State John Kerry said Wednesday that the United Kingdom’s Brexit decision could be reversed.