French investigators were interrogating a man who was overpowered by three young Americans after he opened fire with a Kalashnikov on a trainbetween Amsterdam and Paris.
Pakistan's army announced the death penalty for six militants linked to an assault on a school in the northwestern city of Peshawar that killed 151 people.
A truck bombing claimed by the Islamic State group killed at least 54 people in a Shiite-majority area of Baghdad, the deadliest single attack in Iraq's capital in months.
A suspected Islamic State suicide bomber killed at least 31 people in an attack on a Turkish cultural centre where activists had gathered to prepare for an aid mission in the nearby Syrian town of Kobane.
France has foiled a plan to attack the country's military, the interior minister said, as a source close to the investigation said the suspects had been planning a beheading.
Britain will mark 10 years since the London bombings with a minute's silence for the 52 victims.
Kuwait's parliament, reacting to a suicide bombing last week that killed 26 people, adopted a law requiring mandatory DNA testing on all the country's citizens and foreign residents.
A suicide bomber struck a Shiite mosque in the Kuwaiti capital during prayers, killing at least 25 people.
Australia on Tuesday announced it will amend the law to strip dual nationals linked to terrorism of their citizenship for "betraying the country".
The global terrorist threat has entered a "new phase," where media-savvy Islamist extremists are successfully drawing lone wolf attackers to their cause.
Mr Baimoldin, a 49-year-old Kazakhstani, is facing 6 months in jail for touching an Emirati policewoman on the shoulder in Dubai, UAE.
Tengrinews has experienced the largest DDoS attack on a news source in Kazakhstan on March 20.
French President vowed to introduce tougher penalties for "racist, anti-Semitic or homophobic" remarks in the wake of last month's militant attacks in Paris.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kazakhstan has made a statement in relation to the intensification of the Ukrainian crisis.
The Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris were a "wake-up event" for freedom of expression, movie legend Robert Redford said as he launched the Sundance Film Festival.
French philosopher Bernard-Henri Levy led calls at the United Nations to confront a global rise in anti-Semitism.
French intelligence did not prevent the Paris attacks despite benefitting from "most intrusive" surveillance laws because suspects are "buried under data".
The EU wants to launch counter-terrorism projects with Arab nations and with Turkey in coming weeks to boost cooperation following the Paris attacks.
German police banned public open-air gatherings in the eastern city of Dresden Monday, citing a terrorist threat against a planned rally.
Belgian authorities charged five people with "participating in a terrorist group" following a series of raids to foil alleged imminent attacks.
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