Some villages in northern Bosnia are thought to be incubators for IS recruits and rendezvous points for returning fighters. Police and secret services are keeping a close eye on the region. They suspect jihadists may even have training camps there.
Two refugees in Germany have been convicted on terrorism related charges for fighting alongside rebels in Syria. It is the first such process in Bavaria against former Syrian rebels.
Nathalie Haddadi said she was sending her son money to help finance his medical treatment in Malaysia and did not know anything about his plans to fight in Syria. A French judge did not believe her.
The older brother of a French extremist has gone on trial accused of helping his sibling prepare a 2012 terror rampage in Toulouse. Over nine days, Mohammed Merah killed several Jewish children and two Muslim soldiers.
The deportations of an Algerian and a Nigerian, both born in Germany and classed as dangerous, have been backed by Germany’s top administrative court. The evictions stem from a little-used clause in German residency law.
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