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Purported IS message threatens Japanese, Jordanian hostages

The message again demanded the release of Iraqi woman Sajida al-Rishawi sentenced to death in Jordan for involvement in terror attack.


Where are the leaders?

Muslims need enlightened leadership that can fight systemic discrimination, bridge communal gulf


Japan vows to ‘never give up’ search for Islamic State hostages

“We will never give up. We will bring them home,” said Deputy Foreign Minister Yasuhide Nakayama.

Suspected ISIS sympathiser sent to 10-day police custody

The court today allowed the petition of Cyberabad Police and granted it 10-day custody of Salman.

Mideast Iraq Islamic State Killings

Video: Islamic State threatens to kill two Japanese hostages

The video shows two hostages in orange jumpsuits that the militants identify as Kenji Goto Jogo and Haruna Yukawa.

Police want 15-day custody of US-returned ISIS sympathiser

The court adjourned the case for a day so that Mohiuddin’s lawyer could file a reply.


Britain warns India of possible terror attack by ISIS

Britain was more focused on the ISIS threat than from Pakistan-based terror groups.

He’s innocent, says arrested man’s father

My son is honest… can’t be involved with IS.


Sweep against terror nets at least 24 suspects in Europe

Police kill two militants in Belgium. France, Germany crack down.


Scribble at Mumbai airport warns of terror attack by ISIS

Security has been beefed up at Mumbai airport after a scribble threatening a terror strike was found in the washroom.


American youth Christopher Lee Cornell arrested for plotting to attack US Capitol

He had purchased semi-automatic rifles and 600 rounds of ammunition on Wednesday.

ATS files chargesheet against techie held for plotting to blow up American School

Anees Ansari was arrested by ATS on October 18, 2014 from the office of a multinational company.


Kalyan youth who joined ISIS asks for Gandhi book

Lawyer claims Areeb Majeed interrogated without permission.

Isis or amateur?

US Centcom hacking seems a prank. But it raises questions about military interface vulnerabilities

Majeed’s online chats under NIA scanner

NIA believes the data could provide evidence of Majeed’s communication with his family while he was fighting in Iraq and Syria.