An Islamic State (IS)-aligned group published an infographic identifying famous churches and squares in America, Australia, and Europe for lone wolves to target.
Anarchists claimed an incendiary attack on a telephone repeater in Rome, Italy, and incited supporters to target telecommunications networks.
Pro-Islamic State (IS) media groups warned America, France, and Italy of attacks, depicting, for example, the IS flag in Venice and the Eiffel Tower collapsed in Paris.
A German jihadist recounted his travel to Syria via Italy and Turkey with a fake passport and advised other Germans to do the same.
The Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) group announced the capture of an Italian Islamic State (IS) fighter amid his attempt to enter Turkey.
Videos of an Italian man, Alessandro Sandrini, and a Japanese man, Yasuda Jumpei, were released in which they appealed for their release.
Eni was targeted in an incendiary attack claimed by anarchists in Rome.
An international network suspected of financing over $2.4 million to al-Qaeda’s (AQ) former Syrian affiliate Jabhat al-Nusra was reportedly dismantled by Italian authorities.
Spanish authorities arrested a Moroccan resident in Malaga for financing his wife’s travel across Europe to join the Islamic State (IS/ISIS) in Syria.
Continuing a campaign targeting Eni in Italy, anarchists claimed an act of sabotage against a “petrol station” in Cremona.
Italian anarchists in Rome claimed burning car sharing vehicles run by Eni.
Again using an image of the Papal Basilica of St. Peter in the Vatican, the pro-Islamic State (IS) Wafa' Media Foundation called on lone-wolf jihadists to prepare attacks for "Crusaders" for the upcoming Christmas holiday.
The pro-Islamic State (IS) Wafa' Media Foundation continued to threaten attacks on the Vatican and Italian landmarks as well as the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia, publishing posters about both targets.
Investigations link the Islamic State (IS) to trafficking nearly $150 million worth of opiates to Libya.
The pro-Islamic State (IS) Wafa' Media Foundation published a poster depicting a vehicular attack on the Vatican on Christmas.
A pro-Islamic State (IS) Telegram channel called on lone-wolf jihadists to take revenge for U.S.-led coalition airstrikes on markets in Raqqah and attack American and European shopping centers and New York public pools.
After suggesting to lone wolves a target for vehicular attacks in Italy, a pro-Islamic State (IS) Telegram channel directed incitements to Italian jihadists, demanding they act.
Four days after it suggested Italy as the next target of an Islamic State (IS) attack or that by lone wolves, a pro-IS Telegram channel recommended particular locations to strike with vehicles there and in Belgium and Denmark.
After the Islamic State (IS) claimed credit for the recent attacks in Spain and Russia, a pro-IS Telegram channel suggested Italy as its next target.
A pro-Islamic State (IS) Telegram account forwarded a message calling on “Islamic State supporters everywhere” to attack non-believers in embassies, clubs, and cafés, and ministries, asking, “Where are the lone wolves??”