Police are trying to bolster a case against a Calgarian who is accused of joining the Islamic State. In the process, they've demanded that a journalist help prove their case.
The alleged militants were planning attacks on St Petersburg and Moscow, authorities said.
About half of the foreign fighters hailed from the Middle East and North Africa. Militants from Tunisia continue to have an outsized presence in Jihadi groups in Iraq and Syria.
Australia's most notorious ISIL fighters were killed in Syria, but the war for young Muslims is far from over.
An assault on a Kenyan military base by the Somali militant group left two soldiers and 11 al Shabaab fighters dead, including two that were reportedly Caucasian.
Officials are offering forgiveness to returning Tajik jihadists, in a radical departure from policies and stances taken by European and other nations.
More than 200 regime loyalists are holed up in a hospital complex encircled by rebel fighters in the northwestern city of Jisr al-Shughour.
Islamic State Takes a Stab at Legitimacy With Alleged Identification Cards as Forces Lose Ground in Iraq
Photos of new identification cards have surfacing on pro-Islamic State social media accounts, indicating an attempt at legitimizing the so-called caliphate in the face of territory loss.
Sharky Jama showed no signs of his radicalization before fleeing his home town of Melbourne for the battlefields of Syria and Iraq.
Reports that foreign fighters are trying to leave the Islamic State in Syria and Iraq show cracks in the unity and momentum of the extremist group, experts say.
Parents of Teen Who Tried to Fight in Syria Say the US Needs Get Better at Preventing Radicalization
The parents of Shannon Conley, a Colorado teen who tried to become a foreign fighter in Syria, criticized the US approach to stopping homegrown terrorism.
A man claiming to be Abu Abdullah al Britani describes "miraculous" divine intervention in an attack against government forces.