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Who's who in coalition to defeat Islamic State

Filipino force defied UN commander in Golan crisis

Portrait of an Irish Jihadist as a Young Man

Terrorism newest worry for cargo ships

The government is planning to send members of the Defence Forces to bolster the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force in the Golan Heights. Ali Charaf Damache, an Algerian wanted by the US for conspiracy in the "Jihad Jane" plot to murder a Swedish cartoonist, filed a damages claim about conditions at Cork jail, where he is being held.

Hundreds of Europeans fighting in Syria, says EU expert

Syrian conflict's pain felt in rural Ireland

UN wants to use drones for peacekeeping missions

UN set to implicitly recognize Palestinian state, despite threats

US official urges EU to designate Hezbollah a terror group

A classic case of self-radicalizing

Americans are the most generous, global poll finds

The quiet scholar playing a pivotal role in shaping new Libya

Ireland aims to be home of Islamic finance in Europe

Britain facing a new wave of terrorist attacks, MI5 warns

Prosecutors charged an Algerian and a Libyan with the minor offenses of sending a threatening text message and immigration violations respectively. The two men were among seven arrested for involvement in a plot to kill a Swedish cartoonist who drew a picture of the head of the Prophet Mohammed on a dog's body. Five others arrested have been released.

Police released Jamie Paulin-Ramirez, or Jihad Jamie, from custody, along with three other Muslim suspects in the plot to murder Swedish cartoonist Lars Vilks. Three suspects are still in custody. Paulin-Ramirez married an Algerian who was also detained; it is unclear if he is still in custody.

Jamie Paulin-Ramirez, an American citizen, was among the seven Muslims arrested in Ireland this week for plotting to kill kill Swedish cartoonist Lars Vilks for a cartoon of the Prophet Mohammed. Paulin-Ramirez converted to Islam and married an Algerian, who is also in custody along with two other Algerians, a Libyan, a Palestinian, and a Croatian.

Swedish media reprint cartoon that inspired alleged murder plot

Police arrested four men and three women for plotting to kill cartoonist Lars Vilks for portraying the Prophet Mohammed as a dog. The seven, who are part of a "conspiracy to murder an individual in another jurisdiction," are Muslim immigrants from Morocco and Yemen.