On 22 March 2016 terrorist attacks in the airport and an underground station in the Belgian capital killed 32. Many people continue to feel insecure, despite a boosted police presence.
Austrian anti-terror chief Peter Gridling has been suspended by the nation's new conservative-far-right government. Opposition parties want a probe into a police swoop on the Vienna agency of the former Europol expert.
Belgium has reduced its terror threat level after three years on high alert. Prime Minister Charles Michel said there will still be "occasional exceptions" to the level, including soldiers guarding key sites.
Bahraini security forces have arrested 116 people on charges of terrorism, accusing them of being part of a network established by Iran's Revolutionary Guard. The suspects allegedly plotted attacks on state officials.
Germany's top police authority has found evidence that Islamist terrorist groups may target the 2018 World Cup in Russia. The agency also pointed to Russia's hooligan scene as a source of violence.
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