A village in Central Sulawesi province has been left reeling after four churchgoers were murdered by extremists.
- by James Massola and Karuni Rompies
The terror group said in a posting on its propaganda network agency that it primarily targeted the French consul attending the event.
- by Sarah El Deeb
The attackers stormed the campus as it hosted a book fair attended by the Iranian ambassador, sparking a gun battle and leaving at least 19 dead and 22 wounded.
- by Rahim Faiez and Kathy Gannon
Officially, Australia's special forces were advisers and trainers in the war against Islamic State. But in fact they were heavily involved in the fight.
- by Ben Mckelvey
New details have emerged about the attack that has horrified France.
- by Sybille de La Hamaide and Thierry Chiarello
Suspected Islamist militants killed 25 people including 13 soldiers in multiple attacks in central Mali, burning down an army base and ambushing troops sent as reinforcements, the army and local authorities said on Tuesday.
There are not enough guards to provide internal security at the camp, which is dominated by the most extreme supporters of Islamic State.
- by Campbell MacDiarmid
Suspected Islamist militants killed at least 11 people in northeastern Nigeria in an attack on a security convoy.
The statement from the self-styled Libyan Arab Armed Forces said a six-hour firefight with the militants took place 650km south of Tripoli.
The Australian embassy in Iraq called Kurdish authorities after two families were removed from the al-Hawl camp. Overnight the rest of the Australians were taken away.
- by Michael Bachelard