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Fresh claims about Shamima Begum’s life in Syria have emerged, with sources alleging the London teenager was a “member of the feared ISIS morality police”.
Computer files reveal the group plans to replicate previous attacks in a new campaign across Europe and the Middle East.
Islamic State claimed yesterday that it had carried out co-ordinated attacks in 80 cities around the world in recent days, its first terrorist “success” since the fall of the so-called caliphate last month.
Shamima Begum has been granted legal aid in a bid to fight the Home Office’s decision to remove her citizenship.
A sculpture is being created in memory of a teenager from the island of Barra who died in the Manchester Arena attack in 2017.
Head of counterterror policing says there will not be an ‘explosion in arrests’
Legislation creates an offence of entering or remaining in a ‘designated area’ overseas
A royal commission will inquire into the attacks on two mosques in New Zealand last month that killed 50 people, its prime minister has confirmed.
Met looking at how much MI5 and MI6 knew of mistreatment of Abu Zubaydah after 9/11.