A resurgent Al-Qaeda poses a growing threat to the West as Islamic State is driven out of its strongholds, British Secretary of Defense Michael Fallon and security experts told media. They warn its branch in Syria, Al-Nusra Front, may be planning attacks.
Three Syrian nationals suspected of having ties with Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) have been arrested after federal police raided refugee camps in northern Germany early on Tuesday, according to prosecutors.
More terror attacks are in store for France, French Prime Minister Manuel Valls has warned, saying that some 15,000 people are in the process of radicalization in France and currently on police radar, while 1400 under investigation.
The time is ripe for the US to seek cooperation with Russia in battling terrorists in Syria, and better before the G20 Summit in China where the two sides may hold side talks, Ali Rizk, Middle East expert, told RT.
EU nations don’t want Turkey as a full member state, but rather they want a special relationship with the country, and keep it as a buffer zone between the Middle East, Adel Darwish, political commentator, historian and author told RT.