A Russian Su-24 fighter has been shot down in Syria, the Russian Defense Ministry said, adding the plane hadn’t violated Turkish airspace and was flying at an altitude of 6,000 meters.
Pro-refugee leftists defied a protest ban and rallied in Paris today. The leftists attacked and harassed police in the French capital.
Nearly 1 in 5 British Muslims has some sympathy with those who have fled the UK to fight for IS in Syria.
One of the Paris suicide bombers was helped on to a Greek island and clothed by French volunteers before making his way through Europe to his target, it emerged yesterday.
The Obama White House is giving ISIS a 45 minute warning before bombing their oil tankers by dropping leaflets advising potential jihadists to flee before air strikes in Syria.
A sobering report issued by the Ministry of Defense (MoD) states that in an address to Federation military commanders at the National Control Defense Center wartime government headquarters in Moscow earlier today, President Putin declared that Islamic State Forces (ISIS/ISIL/Daesh) operating in the Levant War Zone are on the “brink of total defeat” and that the Western nations claims that they had been battling these modern day barbarians has now been exposed as a “total lie”.
Last week the US House dealt a blow to President Obama’s plan to resettle 10,000 Syrians fleeing their war-torn homeland.
At least 14 militants who had sworn allegiance to Islamic State have been killed by special forces in the city of Nalchik in Russia’s North Caucasus region, National Counter-Terrorist Committee reported on Sunday.
Germany’s foreign ministry said that it considers the blackout of Crimea by extremist groups a criminal act.
Argentina opposition candidate Mauricio Macri (front-Right) celebrates his victory in the presidential election, November 22, 2015.
German authorities covered up the fact that explosives were found during an attempted terror attack at a soccer stadium earlier this week, according to an eyewitness who was told to keep quiet about what he saw.
GOP presidential candidate Rand Paul did not mince words in a campaign stop at George Mason University, Virginia Thursday, labeling a call for increased government surveillance as “Bullsh*t”.
The leaders of all countries should consider the potential dangers of war games and do whatever it takes to prevent the escalation of the world’s most hazardous conflicts, according to Robert Farley, a senior lecturer on diplomacy for the University of Kentucky.
At a G20 summit in Turkey, Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the European Commission has denied that Europe’s open borders allowed the Paris attacks to take place.
Australian police arrested six people as anti-racist and anti-Islam activists clashed at a Reclaim Australia rally in the southeastern city of Melton.
On Friday Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson said: “I think we should have a database on everybody who comes into this country” and added “hopefully, we already have a database on every citizen who is already here.
The government of Belgium has imposed its highest terror alert level on the capital. It now stands at 4, signifying a “very serious threat for the Brussels region.” According to the Crisis Center of the Belgian Interior Ministry, Brussels faces a “serious and imminent threat that requires taking specific security measures as well as specific recommendations for the population.” It has told citizens to avoid concerts, sporting events, airports, train stations and other places where large crowds gather.
Officials at the US Embassy in Moscow responded to an article in a Russian publication about attempts to discredit several senior Russian officials.
About 565,000 people were homeless in the United States, according to a one-night federal survey. While this is a two percent drop from 2014, major cities like New York, Seattle and Los Angeles continue to battle rising homelessness.
In this artistic rendering, the planet Kepler-438b is shown in front of its violent parent star as it is being regularly irradiated by huge flares, which renders the planet uninhabitable.