In a new video purportedly released by the Islamic State titled “Kill Them Wherever You Find Them,” the November 13 Paris attackers execute and behead captives.
On the anniversary of the Charlie Hebdo terror attacks, a man wielding a knife and wearing a fake suicide vest tried to enter a police station close to the Gare du Nord train station.
A new video trying to go viral is the “Islamic State egg smash dare.” Similar to the “ALS Ice Bucket Challenge,” proponents want those opposed to ISIS to smash an egg on their head and film it.
In a new video purportedly released by Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb, two men accused of spying against AQIM for France are executed somewhere in the Sahara Desert.
A new video purportedly released by the Islamic State celebrates the November 13 Paris terrorist attacks with a video titled “Here the Revenge Has Come to You.”
The Islamic State has purportedly been releasing massive amounts of propaganda videos directed at Paris after the November 13 terrorist attacks. See them all here.
Pictures of four alleged Islamic State terrorists connected with the attacks in France include: Salah Abdeslam, Fabien Clain, and Jean-Michel Clain.
French police and terror suspects have exchanged heavy gunfire in the Paris suburb of Saint-Denis during an early morning police operation.
Heavy gunfire has been heard during a French police raid in the Paris suburb of Saint-Denis. Officers have reportedly been shot and wounded.
The hacktivist group Anonymous has purportedly announced a full scale online war against the Islamic State in a new French video after the Paris terror attacks that left 129 dead.
Four of the eight suspected ISIS terrorists have been identified in the Paris attacks that killed at least 129 on November 13, 2015. Read about them here.
Bilal Hadfi has been named as one of eight ISIS terrorists in Friday’s attacks in Paris. Hadfi, who was killed, had been living in Belgium.
Police are searching for Salah Abdeslam, 26, who is one of the suspects in Friday’s terror attacks in Paris.
A new video of the Paris attacks on Friday shows the beginning of the terrorism at the Bataclan concert hall when the band is on stage and gunfire is first heard.
French officials say at least 129 people were killed in terror attacks Friday night in Paris. Here are the names of the victims that have been released so far.