Algerian police have broken up a Daesh terrorist cell led by a former al-Qaeda commander convicted in France more than a decade ago for planning an attempted bombing in Strasbourg, a security source said on Wednesday.
Iran has censured attacks on two security checkpoints in the militancy-riddled Sinai Peninsula in Egypt, warning of a new wave of indiscriminate terrorist attacks by "defeated" Daesh Takfiris in different parts of the world.
Syrian army forces, supported by allied fighters, have reportedly managed to advance on the Daesh-held eastern province of Dayr al-Zawr for the first time since 2014 days after an Iranian missile strike against terrorist positions there.
Intelligence Minister Mahmoud Alavi said that the country’s security forces have disbanded two terrorist teams in Chabahar and Kordestan province, killing two of them in Chabahar and arresting five others.
Iran’s Police Chief Brigadier General Hossein Ashtari said that a terrorist team affiliated to the agents of the June 7 attacks in the capital have been identified and arrested in the suburb of Tehran on Saturday morning.