Tunisia: Terrorist attack leave at least 22 people dead

A total of 22 people, including 17 tourists of six nationalities, died this Wednesday during a terrorist attack executed by alleged jihadists in Tunisia, which also left 24 wounded. Besides the tourists (of Italian, Spanish, South African, Japanese, German and Polish...

France announces an action plan to combat jihadism

The French government announced yesterday an action plan to combat jihadism, including the monitoring of 3,000 people, hiring of Muslim chaplains in prisons and separate records for persons convicted of terrorism. The Prime Minister, Manuel Valls, said that these measures are...

Europe on alert against jihadism after attacks in Belgium and France

Europe launched an offensive against jihadism, with the death of two suspects on Thursday in Belgium and the arrest this Friday of dozens more in this country, in France and in Germany, a week after the attacks in Paris. The Belgian authorities had information about...

Police officers killed in terrorist attacks are honored by Hollande

The president of France, Francois Hollande, paid tribute this Tuesday to the three police officers killed last week in Paris during the jihadist attacks, of whom he said were killed “with courage and dignity” in the fulfillment of their duty. Ahmed Merabet, Franck...

France deploys 10,000 troops to protect and seek accomplices in terrorist attacks

France ordered on Monday that 10,000 soldiers take to the streets to protect sensitive areas and continue the search of accomplices after the terrorist attacks caused in previous days in Paris French Prime Minister Manuel Valls said that the search is urgent because “the...

Kidnapper in Paris Jewish shop is killed by French police

The man, identified as Amedy Coulibaly, who had taken a dozen people as hostages, including women and children, in a kosher shop in the east of Paris, was killed after the assault by security forces at the premises, according to police sources . At least four bursts of automatic...

France: Jihadi Terrorists who attacked Charlie Hebdo die

The brothers, alleged perpetrators of the attack on the satirical weekly newspaper Charlie Hebdo, would have been killed after clashes with police in the printing house where they remained entrenched for hours. Heavy gunfire and explosions were heard in the Dammartin-en-Goele...

Suspects of the attack against Charlie Hebdo would be cornered by police

Cherif and Kouachi Said, suspects of the Charlie Hebdo slaughter were entrenched this Friday with a hostagem in a company, located 40 kilometers northeast of Paris, after a chase and an shootout with security forces, police sources have stated. After the shooting, which left no...