Four of the six men who have pleaded guilty over a plan to sail in a small boat from Australia to the Philippines in the name of shariah law have been jailed.
- by Adam Cooper
In a legally controversial decision, the UK home secretary has moved to bar the 19 year-old from coming home with her newborn baby.
- by Nick Miller
The US president wants European countries to take back IS fighters now that the US has declared the war against the extremists is all but over on the ground.
- by Nick Macfie
Her story rocked the UK when she and two other teenage girls fled London to join Islamic State. But now, 19-year-old Shamima Begum just wants to come home.
- by Latika Bourke
A suicide bomber rammed a car into a bus carrying Indian paramilitary police in Kashmir, the deadliest attack in decades in the disputed region.
- by Fayaz Bukhari
The move is part of a crackdown on money laundering after several scandals at EU banks but has been criticised by several countries.
- by Francesco Guarascio
Early in the morning of February 13, 1978, a bomb hidden in a bin outside the Hilton Hotel in Sydney exploded as it was emptied into the back of a garbage truck, killing three people. It was an act of terrorism that shocked Australia.
- by Staff reporter
Labor is squaring up for a pre-election fight on national security, firmly signalling it will oppose a law allowing the government to more easily strip Australian terrorists of their citizenship.
- by David Wroe
Forces have captured 41 positions held by IS and destroyed their fortifications in the last pocket they hold in eastern Syria amid fierce fighting.
"Gut instinct has saved my life more times than I would care to let my parents know," the newsreader said on Tuesday.
- by Broede Carmody
NSW Supreme Court judge Des Fagan said "incitements to violence" quoted by an "Islamic Bonnie and Clyde" from the Koran couldn't be ignored by peaceful Muslims.
- by Angus Thompson & Margaret Scheikowski