2014-03-06The arrests of five suspects bring a long-desired relief from a terror group's actions.
2014-02-18The arrest of DHKP-C members underscores the need for security co-operation, experts say.
2014-01-10The attack happened days before Greece assumed the rotating EU presidency.
2014-01-02The dual suicide bombings in Russia have led to concerns about safety measures at the upcoming Olympic games, but Southeast Europe officials are confident in the measures in place.
2013-10-14Police-community partnerships may be helpful in preventing vulnerable individuals from supporting terrorism or becoming terrorists.
2013-09-26Anarchist and far-left terrorist groups aim to draw from a large, disaffected population, and particularly from a pool of young people.
2013-09-12Authorities say a strategic approach is needed to prevent extremists from being recruited into terrorist organisations.
2013-08-06Police find links to a left-wing group responsible for attacks in Ankara earlier this year.
2013-05-06A draft law against financing terrorism has been approved by the Albanian government and is being discussed in parliament.
2013-02-07International officials are calling for the EU to label Hezbollah as a terrorist organisation.
2013-01-11The recent international review, which includes 158 countries, also found that Europe has seen the number of incidents decline during the last decade.
2012-08-08Close to 90 people were killed and nearly 220 were wounded in more than 60 attacks staged by the PKK last year.
2012-06-13Researchers say a fourth generation of al-Qaeda leaders would be ideologically disjointed and scattered.
2012-04-18The recent murders in Macedonia have sparked fears that inter-ethnic tensions will worsen.
2012-02-14Kosovo-born Arid Uka's act of terrorism sends a message, analysts say.
2011-09-01Arid Uka said that he shot and killed two US servicemen and injured two others at Frankfurt Airport in March because he was blinded by Islamic propaganda.
2011-07-23Over 90 people were killed in two attacks in Norway on Friday, in what Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg described as the most violent crime to hit the traditionally safe country since World War II.
2011-06-30The suspects were allegedly trying to sell more than 1kg of weapons-grade uranium for 20m euros.
2011-05-10TIRANA, Albania -- An explosive device rocked the private vehicle of a police commander in Saranda on Monday (May 9th). Aleksander Lilo's car was par...
2011-05-09ATHENS, Greece -- A makeshift mosque was torched early Sunday (May 8th) causing property damage but no injuries. Investigators say arsonists broke a...
In hopes of smoothing the relations between Pristina and Belgrade in carrying out the Brussels agreement, KFOR and Serbian Army officials are discussing co-operation.