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The garden of a British diplomat is believed to have been dug up after his son was arrested on Saturday

Mansell Street, London, where two men were arrested

Four arrested in London raids over alleged terrorist plot as police blow out tyres of car carrying two suspects

Group of men had been under surveillance by police and MI5 following intelligence reports that they were planning to carry out attack

Free press? Cameras follow Barack Obama at the White House

Truth is the first casualty of 'transparency'

Out of America: Despite President Obama's promises of openness, leakers are pursued as never before and it's harder for journalists to do their job

New police anti-terror powers could be unlawful, say MPs

Joint committee on human rights criticise right to detain travellers and raid their data

US rapper Jay-Z performing during a concert

Gig review: Jay Z, Magna Carter World Tour

Jay Z, the self-styled king of New York, waits backstage just a little past show-time with his wife Beyonce and their improbably named, one-year-old heir Blue Ivy.

The Carrie conundrum: How to save Homeland from itself

The thriller’s second series was a mess. Now, as it returns, Hugh Montgomery suggests a rescue plan

Students protest against Golden Dawn in Athens

Greece orders crackdown on far-right Golden Dawn party

Supporter’s killing of rapper last week has prompted protests across the country

Demonstrators carry a placard which reads

Senior Greek police chiefs replaced over links to far right Golden Dawn party

Five senior police officers in Greece have been replaced after the government ordered an urgent inquiry into alleged links between the police and the far-right Golden Dawn party.

Shooter Aaron Alexis was among the dead at the scene

Washington Navy Yard massacre: How the scars of 9/11 turned Aaron Alexis into a mass killer

David Usborne uncovers the troubled mental state of Aaron Alexis and asks: how was he allowed to work on a naval base?

Voters on verge of expelling Australia’s ‘nastiest’ MP

Postal and absentee votes are still being counted, but Sophie Mirabella seems almost certain of losing her seat in northern Victoria

Muslim woman loses legal challenge over airport interrogation

Sylvie Beghal was prosecuted after objecting behing questioned under anti-terrorism laws at East Midlands Airport 2011

Fugitive leader of Muslim Brotherhood denies Egypt 'terror' charges

A fugitive leader of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood is denying media allegations that his group is waging a “terror” campaign.

Nick Clegg backs Prime Minister over David Miranda detention

The Deputy Prime Minister has backed David Cameron's response to the leaking of secret documents on Britain's intercept programme and Downing Street's threats to a national newspaper to destroy computers or face legal action.

Glenn Greenwald with David Miranda

Nick Clegg backs David Cameron as PM sends Cabinet Secretary Sir Jeremy Heywood to 'warn' Guardian over Edward Snowden documents

PM instructed Sir Jeremy Heywood to request The Guardian hand over classified material

The outspoken politician George Galloway will turn his hand to film making following an announcement that he intends to produce a feature-length documentary entitled The Killing of Tony Blair.

'The Killing of Tony Blair': George Galloway in bid to raise funds for film about former PM

The film project is, Galloway hopes, the first step in a campaign to get Blair tried for war crimes in an international court

3 October 2012: Retired Indian lieutenant general Kuldip Singh Brar is escorted out of the Chattrapati Shivaji International Airport after his arrival from London in Mumbai

Sikh extremists convicted of London attack that nearly killed retired Indian Army general

Three Sikh extremists were found guilty today of a knife attack in London that nearly killed the retired senior Indian army general who led a military operation against armed separatists holding out in the Golden Temple of Amritsar 29 years ago.

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