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Young urban gang members have been targeted by charismatic preachers for conversion to a radical form of Islam, in a development not being properly addressed by the Government's security programme, community leaders claimed in the wake of the Woolwich trial.
Letter to newspaper read: 'This is no joke'
MP receives fees from US intelligence firm while holding security positions in Parliament
Universities' governing body warns institutions need to balance freedom of speech with respect
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 thriller’s second series was a mess. Now, as it returns, Hugh Montgomery suggests a rescue plan
Supporter’s killing of rapper last week has prompted protests across the country
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.
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.
Revelations of snooping into private data and communications on a massive scale by the Obama administration has shed a little daylight on the widespread and lucrative links between American intelligence agencies, industry and academia.
Bulut Yayla, a Turkish archaeology student and left-wing activist, says he travelled to Greece in April this year to escape imprisonment and torture he endured under the government of Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
The Independent has seen a defiant letter smuggled out of jail by a man who pines for democracy
Missiles claim senior terror target, say intelligence sources
The soldier was wounded in the incident which happened as he patrolled the French capital's La Defense business district with two comrades
Nobody could say that David Cameron's job is easy, but the last few weeks in particular must have tested his resolve.
Police are seeking a suspect of North African origin