The September 27, 2018 arrest of seven men in the Netherlands accused of planning what would have been a mass-casualty attack is a significant accomplishment for the Dutch law enforcement and intelligence agencies
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on U.S. television during the late September 2018 meetings at the U.N. General Assembly that Iran will, for now, remain in the 2015 multilateral nuclear agreement (Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, JCPOA)
A recent case in Denmark involved the arrest of two individuals who were accused of violating Danish anti-terror laws for purchasing drones they intended to send to members of the so-called Islamic State in Iraq and Syria
"I do not recall anything like this happening in the past," says Jeffrey Ringel, director at the intelligence consultancy The Soufan Group, who spent 21 years as a national security specialist at the FBI
There has long been concern among U.S. defense officials that Iran could use its proxies and militias in Syria (such as Hezbollah) to target U.S. or U.S.-led coalition forces operating in the country