Four men went on trial in London Monday for the audacious heist of Â£14 million ($21.2 million) worth of gems, jewelry and cash from a safe deposit company in the city's diamond district, described by a prosecutor as "the largest burglary in English legal history."
Four suicide bombers blew themselves up in a northern Cameroonian town near the Nigerian border Saturday, killing at least six people and injuring about 12 others, a Cameroonian military spokesman said.
Belgium's capital was under the country's highest terror alert level Saturday -- with Brussels' subway service suspended and people warned to avoid gatherings -- as authorities warned of a possible imminent threat a week after deadly attacks in Paris.
A hostage siege at a hotel in Bamako, Mali's capital, has again drawn international attention to the West African nation, nearly three years after France launched a military campaign against Islamic extremists in the country's north.
On November 13, Bley Bilal Mokono took his son Ryan to the Stade de France for a football match. They did what a lot of people do before a sporting event: stop to use the restroom and get food. It was then that Mokono came face to face with a man who was about to try to bomb the stadium, one of six attacks across Paris that night that killed 130 people.
In the wake of the Paris terror attacks, President Barack Obama took some very intense questions about whether the United States is hitting ISIS hard enough. Was it time to change strategy? He said no, that the answer was to ramp it up.