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Lawyer Saud Syed calls for fresh approach to address terrorism, drugs...

A fresh approach by Financial Action Task Force (FATF) is needed to fully crack down on money laundering gangs involved in terrorism,...

Jewish institutions get £14 million security funding from Home Office

The Home Office has granted the Community Security Trust (CST) £14 million for security measures to help keep members of the Jewish...

Former ISIS bride begs UK return

Shamima Begum, an East London schoolgirl travelled to Syria to join Isis in 2015. The Home Office stripped her of her UK...

Pakistan MQM founder charged over ‘hate speech’ in UK

The self-exiled founder of one of Pakistan's biggest political parties, the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM), has been charged with a terrorism offence...

HISTORIC: San Francisco labels NRA a ‘Domestic Terrorism Organisation’

USA: The San Francisco Board of Supervisors passed a resolution declaring the country's National Rifle Association a “domestic terrorism organisation” due...

RIP: “We treated each body like it was family, as if...

The bodies of victims from New Zealand's mosques mass shooting were carried in open caskets on the shoulders of mourners into a large tent...

Woman sentenced for encouraging terrorism and disseminating terrorist material

A woman has been sentenced for encouraging terrorism and disseminating terrorist material on social media, following an investigation by the Met's Counter Terrorism Command. Farhana...

Man found guilty of terrorism offences

A 22-year-old man from Luton has been found guilty of terrorism offences after planning to fight with Daesh in Syria. Mubashir Jamil (08.01.95), of Luton,...

Wakefield man charged with terrorism offences

A man from West Yorkshire has been charged with two terrorism offences. Farooq Rashid, 43, of Soothill Road, Wakefield, is charged with disseminating a terrorist...

Eight bullets and five-week coma

Gripping first-hand story of survivor of Peshawar school terrorist attack brings audience to tears at International Peace Day event   A living survivor of the horrific...

Investigation into incident near Buckingham Palace

Detectives from the Met's Counter Terrorism Command are investigating after three officers were injured during a terrorist incident on the Mall. Just after 20:30hrs on...

Three women charged under Terrorism Act

Three women have today, Thursday, 11 May, appeared at Westminster Magistrates' Court charged with the preparation of a terrorist act, contrary to section five...

Cufflink terrorist: Man jailed for five terrorism charges

  A 34-year-old British man who had stored missile systems material on sophisticated spy-like data sticks in concealing cufflinks and an extensive online manual for...

Woman jailed for terrorism offence

A woman has been sentenced to 12 months' imprisonment for possessing a record of a kind likely to be useful to a person committing...

Bradford couple jailed for terrorism offences

A couple have been sent to prison for terrorism offences after a man attempted to travel to Syria in the hope of joining ISIS. Ijaz...

Cardiff man pleads guilty to terrorism offences

Samata Ullah, 34, from Cardiff has pleaded guilty to five terrorism offences on Monday 20th March. Ullah was arrested in Cardiff, on 22 September 2016,...

Banned in the UK: National Action become first right-wing group to...

National Action became the first extreme right-wing group to be proscribed as a terrorist organisation on Friday 16th December. An order laid in...

Funding terrorism: Man found guilty of handing over cash to Brussels...

A man has been convicted of funding terrorism after handing over cash to a Brussels bomb suspect. Zakaria Boufassil was convicted following a trial at...

“Terrorism is a serious threat to humanity”: Theresa May’s whistlestop trip...

Prime Minister Theresa May visited India during 6th to 8th November at the invitation of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. This was her first bilateral...

“The whole strategy needs to be looked at”

Anti-terrorism programme could be made ‘compulsory’ Nearly half of people assessed to be susceptible to Daesh terrorism refused the offer of help from the Government's flagship...

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