All terror suspects identified as part of the 12-person extremist cell responsible for coordinating the deadly Spain attacks last week, including a former imam, are either dead or under arrest, authorities said.
The suspected driver behind the Barcelona terror attack was shot dead Monday, wrapping up a multi-day, international manhunt for Europe's most-wanted man -- who's believed to be the final member of the Spanish extremist cell behind last week's deadly incidents.
Spanish police shot a "suspicious person" allegedly wearing an explosive belt Monday in a town west of Barcelona, the incident coming as authorities continued an international manhunt for the accused driver of a van that plowed into crowds of people Thursday, killing 13 and wounding more than 100 others.
Authorities in Spain on Monday said “everything indicates” that Younes Abouyaaquoub was the van driver who plowed into a crowd of people in Barcelona last week, killing 13 and injuring 120 others.
Even as the west continues to be battered by ISIS-claimed terrorist attacks on its own soil, some western volunteers who risked their own lives to take down that terrorist outfit at its source in Iraq and Syria – fighting with predominantly Kurdish groups supported by the U.S-led coalition such as the Peshmerga and YPG – say they are returning home only to be targeted by authorities as suspected terrorists themselves.
The manhunt for Europe’s most wanted terror suspect has expanded, with Spanish police searching along the French border on Sunday for the driver of the van that plowed into a crowd of people on Barcelona’s renowned Las Ramblas promenade earlier this week.
Former U.K. Independence Party leader and Brexit advocate Nigel Farage told Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Tonight” on Thursday that ISIS continues its terror attacks in Europe because leaders take no action and do little more than stand in solidarity.
Today’s ISIS-claimed terrorist attack in Barcelona, Spain — which killed at least 13 people and left many injured — coincided with a new effort to bring the terrorist group to justice for crimes committed against humanity in Iraq.
While the U.S-led fight against ISIS in Syria is inching closer and closer to victory, the worst may not be over as Al Qaeda-linked militants continue to make strong advances and maintain territorial control in the north-west of the war-shattered country.
A Turkish police officer was stabbed to death in Istanbul late Sunday by a suspected ISIS member, according to state media.
U.S. investigators uncovered a global financial network run by a senior Islamic State official that funneled money to an alleged ISIS operative in the U.S. through fake eBay transactions, according to a recently unsealed FBI affidavit.
The U.S. has been providing the Philippines aircraft, surveillance capabilities, training and information in its battle with pro-Islamic State militants who besieged the southern city of Marawi, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Monday.
ISIS shipped high-grade military explosives from Turkey, and Islamic State leaders in Syria personally directed “one of the most sophisticated plots that has ever been attempted on Australian soil,” authorities said Friday, giving a unique window into an Islamist plot that nearly worked.
More details emerged Friday about an alleged terror plot thwarted by authorities in Australia, including the troubling revelation that an Islamic State operative was able to ship components for an explosive into the country undetected.
As ISIS loses territory across Iraq and Syria, analysts and experts assert that the terrorist outfit is increasingly capitalizing on the chaos of Libya, positioning the country as its point of resurgence.
A 17-year-old British girl who allegedly married an ISIS fighter through Skype was in court Wednesday after police accused her of attempting to assist her Jihadi "husband" in launching a terror attack in the UK.
A Yazidi girl who escaped after she was captured by ISIS jihadists said she was raped every day and attempted to kill herself.
U.S.-backed Syrian fighters have captured almost half of Raqqa from ISIS, moving closer to liberating the city once deemed the capital of the terror group's so-called "caliphate" -- but the Islamist network still has the ability to launch and inspire attacks against Western targets worldwide.
An emotionally-charged mass Wednesday -- attended by French President Emmanuel Macron -- marked one year since the brutal murder of a Catholic priest whose throat was slit by two 19-year-old ISIS terrorists.
A shocking new video has emerged that purportedly shows nearly 20 ISIS fighters being executed in Libya.