The number of applicants to become police officers in France has risen by 42 percent since the terror attacks in Paris in 2015 — but unemployment plays a part, too.
If you think starting college is hard, try doing it as a 17-year-old virgin going through a breakup, spending your freshmen orientation week trying to get strangers to come to Jesus.
Umm Muthanna al-Britannia has documented her defection to the "Islamic State" on social media. From ISIS controlled territory in Syria, she recently tweeted, "I came here to die. I will not leave till I get what I came here for..."
Mufid Elfgeeh, a 31-year-old Rochester, New York resident who owns a pizza place there, just pleaded guilty to charges of providing "material support or resources" to a foreign terrorist organization.
President Hollande has said France is at war, and the number of people hoping to join the armed forces has tripled in the past week.
Where are the golden days of yore when candy was only used for poisoning hapless trick-or-treaters and abducting wide-eyed toddlers?
On Navy Times’ Facebook page, Matt Phillips wrote, “Welcome to the Tofu Navy.” Jeff King was even more eloquent: “Pussies. This isn’t a Weight Watchers cruise. It’s the goddann [sic] Navy!”
Not far from Libya's border, the town of Ben Gardane is rife with smuggling, illegal money trading, and jihadist recruitment.
Sweden knows of 130 "al Qaeda-inspired individuals" who have traveled to Iraq and Syria to join extremist groups. The unknown number could be more than double that figure.
The Wau Shilluk incident is one of the few large forced recruitment operations to be made public, yet unlike large kidnappings elsewhere in Africa, events in South Sudan have prompted little international outcry.