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‘I can’t breathe’: G4S guards accused of migrant man's death found innocent
​Three security guards from the controversial security firm G4S have been cleared of manslaughter, despite accusations they killed a 46-year-old man by forcibly restraining him on a charter airline flight.

16.12.2014 17:09

5 years jail for British mother who posted ‘jihadi’ photos on social media
A British mother of six has been sentenced to five years in prison after being convicted of promoting terrorism on Facebook.

12.12.2014 15:42

British intel asked for CIA torture report redactions, Downing St admits
British intelligence was in contact with the CIA prior to the publication of the US Senate report on torture published earlier this week. Downing Street confirmed the UK asked for information to be redacted on national security grounds.

12.12.2014 12:42

‘Systemic cover-up of torture- biggest scandal in UK’
There is evidence the UK elite and secret services were covering up their involvement in a CIA program which included torture and war crimes, and is the biggest scandal to come out of the 9/11 attacks, British journalist Tony Gosling told RT.

12.12.2014 11:27

Kurdistan flows gets aid, elsewhere in Iraq 180,000 refugees are in dire need
Over 180,000 Iraqis displaced by the ISIS offensive are in urgent need of aid in the city of Kirkuk, where they live in obscurity with little to no foreign help, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) warned.

06.12.2014 01:00

British women oversee ISIS abuse, sexual slavery of Yazidi girls
More British women are flocking to join the Islamic State militia group in Iraq and Syria, with many apparently involved in torturing and even ordering the execution of Yazidi girls captured as sex slaves.

05.12.2014 12:23

​Terror student arrested at Heathrow had throat-cutting video, court hears
A student accused of fighting alongside jihadists in Syria possessed a video of a man having his throat cut on his mobile phone when arrested at Heathrow Airport, a court has heard.

02.12.2014 16:28

Anti-terror laws a threat to student activists – critics
Student activism may be at risk as a result of new anti-terror rules set out by the British government, with protesters facing Public Order Offence charges if police believe them to be involved in suspicious activities.

02.12.2014 13:38

​Controversial top cop to join UK Foreign Office
One of Britain’s most senior female police officers is set to leave the Metropolitan Police to take up a post at the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO).

01.12.2014 14:34

Protection from above: UK soldiers ‘save’ Lebanese Christians from IS onslaught
British soldiers have successfully protected a Christian town in Lebanon from the Islamic State militia by building a complex network of watchtowers on the Syrian border.

01.12.2014 11:45

‘Run, hide, tell’: London commuters told how to cope in ‘Mumbai-style’ terror attack
British police are providing rail passengers with new guidelines in the event of a Mumbai-style terrorist attack on stations, following official statements that the threat of Islamist terrorism was ‘greater than ever.’

26.11.2014 15:57

'Woolwich murder could not have been prevented'- UK govt committee
The UK intelligence service MI5 has been criticized for its failure to monitor and reign in the two men who murdered British soldier Lee Rigby in South London in May last year.

25.11.2014 11:07