The hunt continues for those involved in the Paris attacks. It is believed Amedy Coulibaly’s partner, Hayat Boumeddiene, is in Syria. French police say they think there could be up to six accomplices.
Paris gunman Amedy Coulibaly has been linked to another shooting, Channel 4 News understands. It comes as a “martyrdom” video emerged apparently showing him pledging allegiance to the Islamic State.
Fears of a backlash against Muslim communities in France emerge in the aftermath of the Paris terror attacks. Islamic leaders urge people to stay calm – and avoid any provocation.
Exclusive: As a woman is jailed for funding terrorism in Syria, her old school friend, who was cleared of the same offence, says she was told to “cover up” by Muslims and been abused online.
The suspected Derby suicide bomber Kabir Ahmed told his mother in a phone call from Syria that he would see her in heaven, a family member tells Channel 4 News.
A young mother from Burton-Upon-Trent is the latest woman to leave the UK to join Islamic State militants in Syria – taking her 14-month-old toddler with her.
A chemistry teacher accused of supporting the Islamic State group is facing jail after he admitted terrorism charges.
Another British Muslim from Portsmouth is killed fighting with Islamic State militants, in the Syrian Kurdish town of Kobani.
The manager of a Rochdale taxi firm says he is trying to “provide the customers with what they’re asking for” when they ask for a white driver, and they would go elsewhere if he refused.
Exclusive: Moazzam Begg tells Channel 4 News that MI5 gave him the green light to go to Syria. So why was he charged with terror offences and locked up for seven months?
Exclusive: Moazzam Begg tells Channel 4 News that MI5 gave him the green light to go to Syria. So why was he charged with terror offences and locked up for seven months? Darshna Soni reports.
Briton Moazzam Begg, who stood accused of attending a terrorist training camp in Syria, is due to be released from prison just days before his trial was due to start.
While the UK imposes stringent measures on returning jihadis, some countries are more liberal. Channel 4 News obtains rare footage of a Danish programme that seeks to bring them back into the fold.
The men who travelled to Syria with Islamic State hostage Alan Henning praise his commitment to the humanitarian cause in a video tribute they filmed on Christmas Day 2013, a day before his kidnap.
As western leaders express shock and outrage at the beheading of US journalist James Foley, British Islamic State fighters use social media to express their support, describing his killer as a “lion”.