Opponents fear Erdogan is undermining the military's role as defenders of secularism
Exclusive: Republicans and Democrats in Congress keen to facilitate discreet meetings in the UK or on neutral territory, as pressure grows on President
Since the horrific events of June 2015 there has been just one significant terror attack in Tunisia – against presidential guards. There were none in 2016. Yet British tourist visits to the country have dropped 90 per cent and stayed down
Analysis: Harith, with his background of time spent in Afghanistan and Pakistan, and his supposed knowledge about the Taliban – information that the American authorities claim he traded in return for his release after two years – should have been on the watch-list for those travelling in and out of the country
The Defence Secretary initially hailed the partnership ‘a fundamental bedrock for the United States’ before changing his tone in a behind-closed-door briefing – which subsequently became the official US line
He’s another general who has spent a decade in Iraq and Afghanistan, and would be among the most reasonable voices in the new administration. But is he a bit too sane for some of Mr Trump’s supporters?
Political parties have approached security agencies for assistance following the hacking of the Democratic Party’s emails during the US election
The attempt to rush through the ban is said to be a result of the blitzkrieg approach of Bannon, who exhorts that it is vital to make full use the momentum of Trump’s landmark victory before the loathed ‘establishment’ can organise itself to sabotage the revolution
Under the codename of Silver, Bhagat Ram Talwar spied for Britain, Germany, Russia, Japan and Italy in the space of five years during the Second World War, but author Mihir Bose uncovers how his true loyalties lay with Indian independence
Head of the European Jewish Congress will also speak to the European Parliament this week, warning of his 'deep concern' about an increasingly divided society
The attempt to spread liberal democracy, Trump has stated, will end under him. But, at the same time, he has declared that he will expand the defence budget. So, the only reason for ramping up this already massive force would be to project American power, through wars if necessary, for America’s self-interest
‘We cannot separate free movement of people from the free flow of goods, services and investments’
These are not refutations of specific charges made in the dossier – although that may come later
'You cannot help but worry that all that has been achieved will be sabotaged'
The power and reach of fighters from the region has grown in the violent maelstrom of Syria’s civil war
Isis defector tells The Independent: ‘They are seen as the worst of enemies – Daesh has declared war’