article 11 July 2014 UK
Taher Gulamhussein
'Terror suspect' wins payout from transport police

A 28-year-old man from London has won an undisclosed sum from two police forces for being detained unlawfully under terror laws after trying to make a complaint on a train.

article 09 July 2014 World, Israel
Israeli tanks (reuters)
What's America's Israel strategy? Five questions answered

Barack Obama urges both Israel and Palestine to show restraint. But how is America trying to achieve peace in the increasingly volatile Middle East? We answer some key questions.

article 09 July 2014 UK
Charge your phone - or risk missing your flight

Advice issued to the US a few days ago is extended to the UK, meaning that all air-bound passengers need to ensure all electronic devices are charged before flying.

article 08 July 2014 UK, Syria
Darshna Soni by Two Birmingham men plead guilty to Syria jihad

Two men plead guilty to travelling to Syria to join al-Qaeda militants, after they were turned in to police by their worried parents. Home Affairs Correspondent Darshna Soni reports.

article 07 July 2014 UK
7 July bombings memorial defaced on ninth anniversary

The memorial commemorating the victims of the 7 July bombings in London is defaced - hours before survivors and bereaved relatives gather to commemorate the ninth anniversary of the attacks.

post 07 July 2014
Read more on FactCheck FactCheck: what about the Britons who fight for Israel?

British Muslims who fight against the Assad regime in Syria risk being prosecuted as terrorists. What about Brits who volunteer to fight for Israel?

article 06 July 2014 World, Kenya
A woman stands outside a partly destroyed house after gunmen attacked Hindi village
Al-Shabaab kills at least 29 in Kenyan coast attacks

Al-Shabaab claims responsibility for two gun attacks on the Kenyan coast which have led to the deaths of at least 29 people.

article 05 July 2014 World, Somalia
Al-Shabaab claims responsibility for car bomb in Somalia

Al-Shabaab militants, who threatened to step up attacks during the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan, say they were behind a blast that killed four people near the Somali parliament building.

video 03 July 2014 UK, Syria

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'Some radicalised UK nationals will target UK' - video

Ex-Prevent advisor Farooq Siddiqui says it's "noble" for young people to want to fight in Syria but former head of counter-terrorism at MI6, Richard Barrett, says they could be radicalised.