Police have shot dead a man, armed with a meat cleaver and wearing a fake suicide vest, after he attempted to enter a police station, in Paris, France.
A collection of explosives, 180 detonators and around 40 grenades were reportedly stolen from an army base in France.
A suspected al-Qaeda bomber, wanted for his participation in a 2009 bombing in Pakistan that killed more than 100 people, has been arrested by Italian police at an airport in Rome.
Two Saudi Arabian citizens, accused of spying for the United States, have been killed by al-Qaeda militants in southeast Yemen.
Authorities in southern Paris, France have arrested a heavily armed man suspected to have been planning an imminent attack on one or two churches.
Spanish police have arrested at least eight suspected Islamic militants, who were believed to be planning to carry out upcoming attacks in Spain and recruiting fighters to send to Iraq and Syria.
The gunman, suspected to be behind the two attacks in Copenhagen, has been shot and killed by police, after opening fire on officers in the Norrebro district of the city.
Police in France have questioned an 8-year-old boy over comments he made at his school in the southern city of Nice, relating to recent terrorist attacks in the city’s capital Paris.
At least five people have been killed, dozens more injured and churches set alight as protests against the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo entered the second day in the African nation of Niger.
A protest against the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in the African nation of Niger has left at least four people dead and several others injured.