1. Mozambique “jihadists behead” villagers
At least 10 people have been beheaded in northern Mozambique by suspected Islamist militants, officials say.
Children are reported to be among those targeted in the attack on Monjane village in Cabo Delgado province, a hub for mining and petroleum exploration.
An Islamist militant group has carried out sporadic attacks in the region in the last year.
It is believed to be making millions of dollars from selling timber and rubies.
Known locally as al-Shabab, the group was formed in 2015 as a religious organisation and has no known links to the Somali jihadist group of the same name.
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4. Liege “terror” attack: Gunman whose “goal was to target police” stabbed two female officers before taking their firearms and shooting them dead
WARNING - GRAPHIC CONTENT: Benjamin Herman, who was released from prison one day ago - also killed a passer-by and injured four other cops.
A "radicalised" gunman whose "goal was to target police" killed two female officers and a bystander during a suspected terror attack in Belgium.
The attacker - named as Benjamin Herman - shouted "Allahu Akbar" as he carried out the massacre.
Anti-terrorist officers killed the 36-year-old Belgian man in a shootout, bringing an end to the rampage.
Chilling images posted online show the gunman - named as Benjamin Herman - wielding two handguns after killing his victims.
He launched the attack just one day after he was released from prison on day parole, with local reports claiming he was “radicalised” behind bars.
5. Migrants Discover New Route into Italy, 2,000 Arrive in 48 Hours
After a period of relative calm, African migrants have begun arriving en masse into Italy once again, crossing through Tunisia now that Libya has become virtually impassable.
Over the weekend some 2,000 African migrants arrived on the Italian islands of Sicily and Sardinia, many of them having departed from the North African country of Tunisia.
Over the past four years, Libya has been the prime departure point for African migrants attempting to reach Italy by sea, with more than 600,000 migrants successfully making the crossing in this period. People smugglers have taken advantage of the security vacuum created by ongoing armed conflict in Libya and the lack of a single recognized government.
Since last summer, however, migrant crossings have declined sharply after Italy struck a deal with Libya, offering to train, equip, and finance the Libyan coastguard and to work together to turn back vessels and return migrants to Libya.
6. “Major Risk”: France to Release 40 Terror Convicts
PARIS (AP) — France’s anti-terrorism prosecutor says about 40 convicted terrorists are due to be released from French prisons this year and next, calling the re-entry into society of the unrepentant ones a “major risk.”
Francois Molins said on BFM television Monday that France still faces a significant threat from homegrown supporters of the struggling Islamic State group.
Molins estimated that 600 to 700 French extremists are unaccounted for in the areas of Iraq and Syria claimed by IS, though many have probably been killed. He says authorities think some organizers of the November 2015 attacks in Paris are among the dead in the Mideast.
7. VIDEO: First prayer call in Växjö, Sweden
On Friday, the first prayer call in Växjö's mosque was held.
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Political party, Alternative for Sweden, held a demonstration in Stockholm where they played a prayer call so Swedes would understand what had been approved by the municipality.
8. Gaza electricity cut off after rocket strikes supplying facility
One of dozens of rockets launched Tuesday by terrorists from the Gaza Strip hit facilities supplying electricity to the Gaza Strip.
Due to the damage to the facilities, three lines supplying electricity to the southern Gaza Strip were stopped.
The electricity company said it would take several days to repair the equipment for a regular supply of electricity.
9. Gaza Kindergarten Graduation Ceremony: Kids Stage Mock Military Attack and Hostage-Taking
At the graduation ceremony of the Al-Hoda kindergarten in Gaza, pre-schoolers carrying mock guns and rifles simulated Islamic Jihad militants storming an Israeli building on "Al-Quds Street," capturing a child dressed in stereotypical garb as an Orthodox Jew and killing an "Israeli soldier." To the sounds of loud explosions and gunfire, the children, dressed in uniforms of the Islamic Jihad’s Al-Quds Brigades, attacked the building, placing a sign reading "Israel has fallen" in Hebrew and Arabic on the back of the "soldier," who lies prone on the ground, and leaving the stage with their "hostage."
10. Barrage of rockets fired from Gaza at Israeli border communities
Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip fired a barrage of more than two dozen rockets towards southern Israeli communities in three rounds of attacks that sent residents scurrying to bomb shelters early Tuesday morning as tensions flared on the volatile border.
The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) said that “25 mortar shells were launched towards several sites in Israeli territory” in the initial barrage around 07:00 a.m., with the majority intercepted by the Iron Dome missile defense system.
A number of the mortars landed inside Israeli territory, including one which hit the empty yard of a local kindergarten just hours before children were due to arrive.