CNN's Nic Robertson reports on the terror arrests that took place in Spain and how close the men were to an attack.
A Pakistani man living in Virginia was sentenced Friday to 12 years in prison for providing material support to the terrorist group Lashkar-e-Tayyiba.
Pakistan has suggested that the United States needs to provide convincing evidence against a man accused of masterminding the 2008 terrorist assault on Mumbai, India, before it will take any action.
Five militants were killed Thursday in a fierce, 10-hour gunfight with Indian security forces in the Kupwara district of Indian-controlled Kashmir, an Indian army spokesman said.
The United States is offering as much as $10 million for information leading to the arrest and conviction of Hafiz Mohammad Saeed, a Pakistani man accused of masterminding the 2008 terrorist assault on Mumbai that killed 166 people.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton designated an India-based militant group as a foreign terrorist organization Thursday.
An Indian soldier and five suspected militants died in a shootout that lasted all day in Indian-administered Kashmir, authorities said Saturday.
British Transport Police are not commenting on reports that it has beefed up security presence at subway stations and airports after new information emerged about the possibility of an attack being planned in or near London.
CNN's Matthew Chance talks to travelers at King's Cross train station in London about their terror threat concerns.
New information has emerged from an intelligence operation about the possibility of an attack being planned in or near London, with subway stations and airports of particular concern to officials, a British security source told CNN Thursday.
Police issued an alert Thursday in Mumbai, saying four members of a militant group had entered the Indian city and were suspected of plotting violence on the Christmas and New Year's holidays.
Navy Adm. Mike Mullen, chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, arrived in Islamabad, Pakistan, on Saturday, according to officials.
The United States and its allies have plenty to worry about in Afghanistan and Pakistan, with al Qaeda, two Talibans, the Haqqani Network and a plethora of other militant groups active. But the United States and intelligence analysts believe another group, one of Pakistan's most powerful and well-established, is also broadening its horizons.
The only surviving gunman in the 2008 attacks on Mumbai that killed more than 160 people was sentenced to death by hanging on Thursday.
The only surviving gunman in the 2008 Mumbai attacks will be sentenced Thursday, the judge at his trial said Tuesday.
The Oberoi, one of the hotels attacked and badly damaged in the Mumbai siege nearly 18 months ago, reopened Saturday after an extensive renovation.
An Italian and an Iranian were among nine dead from a terror attack at an eatery popular among expatriates in the western Indian city of Pune, authorities said Sunday.
A blast at a popular restaurant frequented by foreigners in India raises many questions. CNN's Sara Sidner reports
The sole surviving suspect in Mumbai's terror attacks told his trial Monday that four of the gunmen involved in the siege were Indians and not Pakistanis as Indian authorities allege, attorneys said.
The sole surviving suspect in Mumbai's terror attacks recanted his confession Friday, attorneys said.
A U.S. citizen has been charged with alleged involvement in planning last year's terrorist attacks in Mumbai, India, the Justice Department said Monday.
Seven suspects arrested in connection with last year's attacks on the Indian financial capital of Mumbai were charged in connection with the siege Wednesday, a defense attorney for one of the men told CNN.
Two Pakistani men accused of providing logistical support for last year's deadly terror attacks in Mumbai, India, were arrested Saturday in Italy, police said.
An Indian army officer, a naval commando and two top militant commanders were among eight people killed in two extended gunfights in Indian-administered Kashmir, a senior police officer said Wednesday.
Interpol has issued alerts for at least two Pakistani Islamists wanted by India for last year's terror strikes in Mumbai that killed more than 160 people.
An FBI agent Wednesday testified in the Mumbai terror trial, Indian prosecutors said.
Pakistan has launched a global manhunt for 13 fugitives wanted in connection with last year's terror attacks on the Indian financial capital of Mumbai.
The lone surviving gunman in the Mumbai terror attacks makes a surprise admission. CNN's Mallika Kapur reports.
An anti-terror court in India Thursday sentenced a couple and their accomplice to death for the 2003 attacks in Mumbai that prosecutors said were carried out at the behest of Pakistan-based militants.
Indian prosecutors Tuesday formally sought death sentences for a couple and their accomplice, convicted last week of the 2003 twin bomb attacks in Mumbai.
An Indian court on Monday convicted a couple and another man for explosions that left 54 people dead in Mumbai in 2003.
An Indian judge Friday allowed prosecutors to summon five foreigners, including FBI agents, to testify in connection with the Mumbai terror trial.
Despite a confession by the sole surviving suspect in the Mumbai terror attacks and his lawyer's offer to withdraw from the case, an Indian court said Thursday that it will continue with the trial.
The alleged gunman captured alive during last year's Mumbai terror attacks told an Indian court Wednesday that he was ready to face execution.
The lone surviving suspect captured during last year's terrorist assault on Mumbai named a leading al Qaeda-linked Pakistani militant as one of the masterminds behind the attacks in a surprise courtroom confession on Monday.
An Indian court has issued arrest warrants for 22 Pakistanis wanted in connection with last year's terror attacks in Mumbai.
India has criticized the release from house arrest of the leader of a Pakistani group linked to the Mumbai terror attacks.
The lawyer for the main suspect in last year's deadly terrorist attack in Mumbai was removed Wednesday, delaying the high-profile trial that was set to begin.
The main suspect captured alive from last year's deadly terror attacks in India's financial capital goes on trial Wednesday, nearly five months after the siege killed more than 160 people in Mumbai.
A brief surveillance video appears to show gunmen in a Mumbai, India, hotel during coordinated attacks on several locations in November that killed more than 160 people, including many foreigners.
A Pakistani man using "colonel" as a title is one of about three dozen people wanted over November's terrorist attacks in Mumbai, but his connections with the Pakistani army have not been established, Indian prosecutors say.
The only surviving suspect accused of taking part in the deadly terror attacks in Mumbai, India, was formally charged Wednesday with attempted murder and damage to public property, a prosecutor said.
The heavily guarded, seventh and final phase of voting for a state assembly ended Wednesday in Srinagar, the summer capital of Indian-administered Kashmir. Results are expected Sunday.
The lone surviving gunman from last month's attacks in Mumbai will remain in police custody for at least two more weeks, CNN-IBN, a CNN sister network, reported.
Supporters of a banned Pakistani charity being tied to last month's Mumbai attacks staged demonstrations in the federal capital of Islamabad and other cities on Friday protesting the shutting of the group.
India's air force geared up for possible missions against suspected terrorist camps in Pakistan in the immediate aftermath of November's Mumbai attacks, U.S. military officials told CNN Monday.
A U.N. committee has designated as terrorists four men believed to be members of the Lashkar e-Tayyiba (LeT) terrorist group suspected of masterminding last month's deadly attacks in Mumbai.
Pakistani authorities have arrested two top leaders of the Islamic militant group India blames for the November massacre in Mumbai, Pakistan's prime minister confirmed Wednesday.
As the last Mumbai sites were being cleared of terrorists, grim signs emerged of the challenges that face India and Pakistan.
Indian police arrested two suspected dealers in black market cell phone chips -- a vendor and a Srinigar police officer -- in the effort to trace how the Mumbai attackers got theirs.
Fareed Zakaria discusses India's response to terror attacks, and what Pakistan needs to do to avoid potential conflict.
India's top law enforcement official has admitted there were government "lapses" during last week's terror attack on Mumbai, amid outrage over security and intelligence failures, according to reports.
The attackers who killed nearly 180 people last week in Mumbai, India, had help from a Bangladeshi national, Indian security sources told CNN sister network CNN-IBN.
U.S. Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice was expected to arrive in New Delhi, India, on Wednesday, seeking to ease rising tensions between India and Pakistan in the wake of last week's deadly terror attacks.
Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari denied his nation was involved in last week's deadly attacks on Mumbai, India, and told CNN on Tuesday he's seen no evidence that a suspect in custody is a Pakistani national as Indian officials claim.
Indian security forces were warned twice by U.S. officials about a water-borne attack. CNN's Nic Robertson reports.
The United States warned the Indian government about a potential maritime attack against Mumbai at least a month before last week's massacre in the country's financial capital left nearly 180 dead, a U.S. counterterrorism official told CNN.
A captured suspect in the Mumbai attacks has told police that he is Pakistani, Indian officials say. CNN's sister station, CNN-IBN, reports that the alleged terrorist said he was trained by Lashkar-e-Tayyiba, a Pakistan-based terror group that opposes India over the disputed Kashmir region.
A group calling itself the Deccan Mujahideen has claimed responsibility for Wednesday's coordinated and deadly attacks in southern Mumbai, India, but security analysts know next to nothing about the group, and some discount its claim.
Pakistan's prime minister says he condems the terror attacks in Mumbai, India. CNN's Reza Sayah reports.
New Delhi used to blame foreigners for terror. But the latest bombings may have emerged from its own Muslim minority
Police imposed a curfew in Jaipur on Wednesday, a day after near-simultaneous bomb attacks in the ancient Indian city killed at least 63 people and wounded more than 200.
Blasts rip through India's ancient city of Jaipur, killing dozens and leaving hundreds more injured.
Police in northern India have arrested six Islamic militants who were headed to the country's financial capital, Mumbai, to carry out suicide attacks on the stock exchange, officials told CNN Monday.
Police arrested two suspected terrorists with improvised explosive devices on New Year's Eve at a busy railway station in New Delhi.
British investigators believe some of the money raised to help victims of last year's earthquake in Pakistan may have been used to fund last week's alleged plot to blow up jetliners over the Atlantic.
British investigators believe some of the money raised to help victims of last year's earthquake in Pakistan may have been used to fund the alleged airliner terror plot.
Police in Mumbai have arrested three people in connection with last week's deadly train attacks that killed at least 182 people and injured hundreds more.
Police have detained and questioned about 400 people believed linked to Tuesday's deadly train bombings that left 186 people dead, a senior police official in Mumbai has told CNN.
A pharmaceutical sales executive who is believed to be the "financier, conspirator and spokesperson" behind last month's New Delhi bombings is in police custody, authorities said Sunday.
The main militant group suspected of being behind the deadly weekend bomb attacks in New Delhi has denied any responsibility, according to news reports.
A Maryland paramedic has been arrested by U.S. federal authorities on charges of conspiring to provide material support to a Pakistan-based Islamic militant group linked to terrorist attacks in India and the disputed region of Kashmir.
Muslim lecturer, Ali al-Timimi, was indicted by a federal grand jury Thursday, on charges including counseling people to engage in a conspiracy to levy war against the United States, to aid the Taliban and to use firearms in violent crimes.
Three men charged with being part of what the government has called the "Virginia jihad network" and who allegedly trained to support terrorists were found guilty Thursday of the most serious charges facing them.