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

Irfan Naseer, 31, Irfan Khalid and Ashik Ali, both 27, who are accused of being 'central figures' in the extremist plot

Birmingham terror cell: the profiles

Irfan Naseer

Irfan Naseer, a 23-stone ‘mummy’s boy’ who was too fat and unfit for terror training was the unlikely head of a British cell that aimed to wreak destruction on the scale of the September 11 attacks in the United States.

The car of Camilla and Prince Charles in Fredericton, Canada last year

Armour-plated £300,000 BMW with poisoned gas alarm for Charles, the Prince of Wheels

Rumoured high-security vehicle described by motoring experts as 'über-technical land yacht'

Playing Cards starring Nuria Garcia, Tony Guilfoyle

Playing Cards 1 : Spades, Roundhouse, London

Who but Robert Lepage would set a piece that is partly about the Iraq War in a Las Vegas hotel and its desert environs?

Editorial: Our police need more radical change than this

The priority must be far fewer forces to produce a coherent national structure

Mohamed Merah killed seven people in a series of scooter attacks

Two accomplices of Toulouse's 'lone wolf' scooter killer Mohamed Merah, who went on killing spree, arrested

Two men were in custody in Toulouse today suspected of helping the “scooter killer”, Mohamed Merah before his murderous rampage in south-western France in March last year.

The hostages surrender to the terrorists

Mali, Algeria and what the latest conflict in north Africa tells us about the meaning of 'War on Terror'

The Shadow Foreign Secretary argues against the use of a tired, imprecise phrase

As long as the cash rolls in, the West appears untroubled by Gulf monarchies' ideology

The West has portrayed Gulf leaders as natural allies in promoting democratic revolutions

Senior policewoman who leaked to NOTW found guilty of misconduct

April Casburn's high-flying career in the police ended in disgrace last night when she was convicted of offering to leak details of the phone-hacking inquiry to the News of the World.

Counter-terrorism officers interviewed Sienna Miller for their phone-hacking investigation

Met Police saw hacking inquiry as a 'chance to meet celebrities'

Counter-terrorism detectives set up Operation Varec as a jolly, says officer facing charge

Obama's new foreign affairs team: (from left) John Kerry, Secretary of State; Chuck Hagel, Defence Secretary; John Brennanm, CIA Director

All the President's men: Barack Obama names his national security team

President Obama has nominated the three men he wants in his national security team. So what do they tell us about how he sees America's place in the world?

Nepalese soldiers patrol in Rolpa, about 350km west of Kathmandu, a year before the end of the Maoist conflict in 2006

Nepalese army officer charged with torture

British court remands colonel in custody, as government of Nepal demands his release

Pat Finucane's IRA and other republican clients made him deeply unpopular in police and military circles

Pat Finucane, one of Belfast's most prominent solicitors, was regarded by the security authorities as a thorn in their flesh due to his activities in representing IRA and other republican clients.

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