Australia and Southeast Asian nations to share intelligence to fight terror

Australia signed an agreement on Saturday with Southeast Asian nations including Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei and the Philippines to share intelligence to combat terrorism.


Australia, Southeast Asia to share intelligence to fight terror

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia signed an agreement on Saturday with Southeast Asian nations including Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei and the Philippines promising to share intelligence to combat terrorism.


Afghan police say suicide bomber kills 3 in Kabul

An Afghan police officer says a suicide car bomber has killed three civilians and wounded five more in the eastern part of the capital Kabul.


Here's every way the London Tube bomber tried to cover his tracks — and failed

Metropolitan Police On September 16, 2017, Ahmed Hassan was arrested by police officers in Dover, in southern England. Less than 24 hours before, a bomb had partially detonated on the London Underground, injuring 30 people.It had been Hassan who planted t


Southeast Asian leaders to sign security agreement in Sydney

Southeast Asian leaders will sign an agreement on regional cooperation against violent extremism as the risk to the region grows due to militants fleeing Islamic State group losses in the Middle East, an official said on Saturday.

United Kingdom

How Parsons Green bomber was radicalised by YouTube videos and duped security officials into thinking he was a model student

THE Parsons Green Tube bomber was a lone wolf who was radicalised by watching YouTube videos, it can be revealed as he faces life behind bars. Orphan Ahmed Hassan, 18, was furious with Britain for not granting him asylum and blamed Tony Blair for the deat


Police given OK to hold suspects in Nairobi courthouse plot

A Kenyan court is allowing police to continue detaining five people who allegedly were planning to attack a Nairobi courthouse so a Muslim cleric facing terror charges could escape.


London and Edinburgh way ahead of rest of UK for visitor attractions

Top four attractions all saw a drop in visits in 2017, but numbers nationwide are up 7.3 per cent


How Britain changed its focus from defence to welfare and health

The UK's Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson will today outline how Britain must modernise its defences to tackle growing threats such as the Salisbury spy poisoning.


Bomb kills 4, wounds 20 in eastern Pakistan

Pakistani police say a bomb has exploded near a police checkpoint killing three police and a bystander and wounding 20 others near the eastern city of Lahore.


Minnesota mosque bombers wanted to 'scare' Muslims out

Gov. Mark Dayton said it was an act of "terrorism".


Al-Qaida in Syria losing ground in battles with insurgents

For the first time since its meteoric rise in 2012 amid the chaos of war, al-Qaida's branch in Syria is in retreat, battling rival militant groups in the north and fighting for survival in a key foothold near the capital, Damascus.

United Kingdom

YouTube accused of 'providing platform for extremism' as white supremacist video resurfaces

Home Affairs Committee says 'search engines are promoting things that further and further radicalise people'

United Kingdom

National Action: British soldier 'was collecting weapons and planning all-white strongholds for race war'

Lance Corporal Mikko Vehvilainen allegedly collected alongside crossbows and other weapons, along with Nazi memorabilia


5 detained in France in counterterrorism probe

French counterterrorism police have detained five people suspected of helping jihadis who left France to join the battlefields of Syria and Iraq.


YouTube Boss Blasted By MPs For Failing To Take Action Against Online Terrorists

YouTube bosses have been blasted by MPs for failing to remove extremist material posted on their website by known terrorist groups.Parliament’s home affairs select committee told William McCants, global policy lead for counter terrorism, that his or


Avoid sleeping in ground and top-floor hotel bedrooms in case of a terror attack, says ex-CIA agent

WHAT do you look for in a hotel room – close to the pool? Great view from the window? Well, it turns out the most important thing is that it isn’t on the ground or the top floor. That’s the opinion of Drew Dwyer, a Marine Corps veteran and former CI


Iran troops thwart twin suicide attack near Pakistan border

An Iranian news website says Revolutionary Guard troops have thwarted a twin suicide attack near the Pakistan border, killing both would-be bombers.


Putin ordered to shoot down passenger plane over terror threat

Russia's President Vladimir Putin said in a new film he ordered – but later pulled back – the shooting down of a passenger plane in 2014 after officials believed a man with a bomb was targeting the Winter Olympic Games in Sochi.

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