Sri Lanka’s president vows to crush Islamist militants responsible for Easter bombings.
Investigators have dismantled a major part of the network linked to Sri Lanka’s Easter Sunday bombings.
Sri Lanka’s Muslims, who form about 10 percent of the Buddhist-majority nation’s population of 22 million, have been deeply impacted − like the Tamil Hindu (12 percent) and Christian (seven percent) minorities − by formative historical forces since independence from the British in 1948.
Sri Lankan security officials warns that the Islamist militants behind Easter attacks were planning more attacks imminently.
Sri Lanka begins a day of national mourning to honour more than 300 people killed in suicide bomb blasts.
The wife and son of a suspected militant Islamist blew themselves up in their home on the Indonesian island of Sumatra.
China’s counter-terror efforts in Xinjiang should be applauded for, a senior diplomat told foreign envoys last week.
Tanzanian police arrest suspected militants planed to establish bases in Mozambique.
Turks vote in presidential and parliamentary elections.
Four members of east Libyan security forces were killed in the city of Derna on Wednesday by a suicide bomber.
Malaysia detains 15 suspected Islamist militants including a teenager and a housewife.
A hostage crisis at a high-security jail in Indonesia ends.
Tunisians vote in first free municipal elections, another step in a democratic transition.
A small Turkish Islamist party says it would field a candidate in the June 24 presidential snap election.
German police say they did not see an extremist motive behind the van attack.
Mourners packed a church in a rural French town rocked by a deadly Islamist attack.
Bangladesh police say they have arrested a suspected leader of an Islamist group.
An Islamist attack on a hotel in Mogadishu ends after 29 people are killed during a siege lasting nearly 12 hours.
Indian police kill three suspected militants in army uniforms after they managed to infiltrate a security camp.