At least two people, as well as five attackers, have been killed after explosions and gunfire in the Indonesian capital on Thursday morning.
A police booth and a Starbucks cafe were among the locations hit by bomb blasts.
The attack began around 10.30am and continued into the afternoon as police engaged in gun battles with the gunmen.
ISIS claimed responsibility for the attack through the Aamaaq news agency.
ISIS attack Iraqi base
- ISIS fighters staged an assault on an Iraqi army base on the outskirts of Ramadi on Friday, less than a week after Iraq's military claimed it had liberated to city.
Ramadi fell to ISIS in May last year after an embarrassing withdrawal by government forces.
The assault was repelled by Iraqi forces backed by American air support.
On Friday, the UN said over 800 Iraqis died as a result of conflict in November, including 489 civilians. *
Motion for German operation against ISIS in Syria
The Bundestag has approved Germany joining military action against ISIS in Syria.
Chancellor Merkel's government plans to send send 1,200 troops to the region, as well as reconnaissance aircraft and a warship.
December 3rd, 2015
Britain joins Syria airstrkes
Motion approving UK airstrikes against ISIS in Syria
- The RAF bombed an ISIS oil field in Syria overnight as it joined the coalition.
The House of Commons overwhelming backed the airstrikes on Wednesday night.
British media reports say 67 of 231 Labour MPs voted with the government.
December 1st, 2015
Syrian hospital barrel bombed
Médecins Sans Frontières says a hospital it supports it the Syrian province of Homs was bombed on Saturday.
The facility in the town of al-Zafarana was first hit at 9.40am local time, again shortly afterwards and then again around 10.30am.
MSF says that a young girl was among seven people killed, while a further 16 people were wounded.
November 18th, 2015
Russia's Federal Security Service says it believes the Russian passenger jet that crashed while flying over Sinai in Egypt was brought down by a homemade bomb - 224 people died in the tragedy on October 31st; the FSB is offering a $50 million reward for information about who might be responsible.
- The report published on November 5th and entitled 'Between Prison and the Grave' accuses the Assad regime of carrying out tens of thousands of 'enforced disappearances'. An enforced disappearance is defined as the deprivation of a persons liberty by a state or an an agent of the state and the subsequent refusal to either acknowledge the deprivation of liberty in question or to reveal the fate of the person who has been 'disappeared'.
The report claims that friends and families searching for answers about missing love ones are exploited by 'middlemen' with ties to authority. These intermediaries take bribes in return for information about people who have been disappeared. Family members told Amnesty that while sometimes they approached the intermediaries, there were also occasions where the intermediaries approached them.
October 21st, 2015
Unannounced visit to discuss joint military campaign with Putin
October 20th, 2015
U.S, Russia reach Syria safety deal
Deal to keep aircrafts apart over Syria
Agreement designed to prevent confrontation between U.S and Russian military aircraft operating over Syria.
Lines of communication and safety protocols will be implemented, but intelligence sharing and 'zones of cooperation' are not involved.
The memorandum of understanding, which remains secret, came into effect immediately following its signing on Tuesday.
October 18th, 2015
Sanafi al-Nasr, leader of the group of Al Qaeda veterans targeted in coalition airstrike
Al-Nasr, also known as Abdul Mohsen Adballah Ibrahim al Charekh, is the 5th senior Khorasan figure to be killed in the last four months according to the U.S Department of Defence.
October 16th, 2015
U.S and Russia discuss Syria co-ordination
October 12th, 2015
Human Rights Watch criticises 'disturbing' use of advanced cluster munition
The organisation said on October 10th that an advanced cluster munition had been used in an airstrike near the Syrian town of Kafr Halab, southwest of Aleppo, on October 4th.
- Activists have posted videos on YouTube claiming to show the use of cluster munitions.
October 9th, 2015
$500 million programme to end in failure..
The U.S will no longer train Syrian opposition fighters, shifting instead to a policy of providing 'equipment packages and weapons' to a group of 'vetted leaders and their units'. The Pentagon said the changes would be refined and adjusted over time and cautioned that the effort to take back territory from ISIS would be a 'long and arduous process'.
October 2nd, 2015
Russia in Syria: Coalition calls on Russia to only target ISIS
Speaking in New York on October 1st, Sergei Lavrov, Russia's foreign minister, said that the country's airstrikes 'did not go beyond' ISIS, al-Nusra or other terrorists groups recognised by the UN and by Russian law.
The spread of ISIS
Russia and the West
On November 18th, French police carried out a dramatic operation in the Parisian suburb of Saint Denis.
The anti-terror raid on an apartment block led to the arrest of eight people and the deaths of three suspected terrorists.
One of the dead was a woman who blew herself up as police approached.
Abdelhamid Abaaoud, who is suspected of orchestrating the Paris attacks, also died during the raid.
The 28 year old Belgian national returned to Europe from Syria earlier this year via Greece unbeknown to French intelligence services according to Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve.
Mr. Cazeneuve said that despite arrest warrants being in place for Abaaoud, France only became aware of his return from Syria after the Paris attacks.
Paris prosecutor Francois Molins said that the raid neutralised a terror cell that was preparing to act - eight people were arrested and at least two people, both suspected terrorists, were killed.
An operation by Belgian police in Molenbeek on November 16th ended without any arrests being made - a spokesman for the town's mayor told Buzzfeed officers were looking for the wanted Salah Abdeslam.
Mohammed Abdeslam, who was among those released in Belgium - two of his brothers have been implicated in the attacks, said his family's thoughts were with the victims. He has urged his brother Salah to hand himself in to authorities.
Prosecutor Molins said on November 24th that authorities suspect Abdelhamid Abaaoud, the alleged ringleader of the Paris attacks who died in the Saint Denis siege, was planning an attack on La Defense financial district on November 18th or 19th.
Also on November 24th, police in Belgium issued an arrest warrant for Mohamed Abrini - police say the 30 year old was filmed with the wanted fugitive Salah Abdeslam two days before the Paris attacks and was seen driving a Renault Clio that was later used in the attacks.
Addressing both houses of parliament on November 16th, President Hollande said the attacks were planned in Syria and organised in Belgium.
On November 19th, the National Assembly approved a three month extension to the state of emergency by 551 votes to 6.
On November 17th, France invoked the European Union's mutual defence clause - becoming the first country to do so.
EU interior and justice ministers met on November 20th and agreed to finalise an EU passenger name record system by the end of the year, in addition to other measures to strengthen controls at external borders.
President Hollande was in Washington DC on November 24th to meet with President Obama and is due to travel to Moscow on November 26th to meet with President Putin.
What is the EU's mutual defence clause?
Article 42.7 of the Lisbon Treaty, which has never before been invoked, obliges EU member states to provide aid and assistance 'by all means in their power' if another member state is the victim of an 'armed aggression' on its territory.
The clause calls on the EU to use 'all the instruments at its disposal, including the military resources made available by the member states' to protect civilians and democratic institutions from any terrorist threat.
President Obama, speaking at the G20 in Turkey, reiterated his position that using ground troops against ISIS would be a mistake.
France and Russia have intensified airstrikes on the ISIS, particularly its stronghold of Raqqa in Syria.
British Prime Minister David Cameron said on November 16th that security services had foiled seven terror plots in the past six months - Mr. Cameron also said that he would not bring a vote on airstrikes in Syria to parliament as he feared such a motion would be defeated.
EU justice and home affairs ministers will hold an emergency meeting on November 20th following the attacks in Paris - among the subjects discussed will be a European 'passenger name record', firearms security and the reinforcement of controls at external borders.
President Obama described as 'shameful' the rhetoric from some Republican Party presidential candidates, including Jeb Bush, who have said that the United States should only accept non-Muslim Syrian refugees.
A number of governors in the U.S have said they would refuse to admit Syrian refugees into their states.
On November 19th, The House of Representatives passed a bill that would introduce stringent restrictions on the acceptance of refugees from Syria and Iraq - individual applications would require approval from leading national security figures under the proposed legislation, which was backed by 47 Democrats despite opposition from the White House.
The UN Refugee Agency has warned against demonising refugees in the wake of the Paris atrocities.
President Obama and President Putin spoke at the sidelines of the G20 summit in Turkey on Sunday - the two leaders agreed on the need for a political transition and a ceasefire in Syria according to an unnamed U.S official who spoke to Reuters.
Security fears led to football matches in Brussels between Belgium and Spain and in Hannover between Germany and The Netherlands being abandoned - Belgium has raised its terror threat level, while the situation in Hannover remains unclear.
All 130 people killed in the November 13th atrocities have now been identified.
A minute's silence was observed in Paris and in cities across Europe at 12pm CET on November 16th.
70 ISIS held hostages rescued early on Thursday
Central Command said the operation was led by Kurdish Iraqi forces with U.S Special Ops providing advise and assistance.
The Pentagon said in a statement that the hostages, including 20 Iraqi security force members, faced 'imminent mass execution'.
A U.S soldier was wounded during the operation and later died of his wounds, Press Secretary Peter Cook said.
The solider was named on Friday as Master Sergeant Joshua Wheeler, aged 39.