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Abu Hamza is extradited

Radical Islamist cleric Abu Hamza has been flown to the USA after he lost his last-ditch High Court challenge against extradition.

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Abu Hamza extradition ruling due

Radical Islamic preacher Abu Hamza is due to hear the result of his latest legal challenge against extradition to the United States, today.

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Woman charged with distributing terrorist material

A 34 year old woman from London has been charged with distributing terrorist material after a police investigation. Runa Khan from Maple Road West in Luton was charged with four counts of distributing terrorist publications between July and September 2013.

She was arrested in December last year and will appear at Westminster Magistrates' Court on 20th March.

Pictures released of suicide bomb Briton suspect

Pictures of a man suspected to be Britain's first suicide bomber in Syria have emerged showing him looking relaxed and smiling with local children.

The images were sent by Abdul Waheed Majeed, 41, from Syria to his family in the Langley Green area of Crawley, West Sussex.

Undated family handout photo of Abdul Waheed Majeed, thought to be the first British suicide bomber in Syria Credit: PA

In one picture, he is seen wearing pink Minnie Mouse-style ears while he cuddles a child. In another, he is pictured kneeling surrounded by children as they give the peace sign.

The pictures were taken at a refugee camp on the Turkey/Syria border, according to Arif Syed, 59, a community leader in Crawley, where Majeed was born.

Undated family handout photo of Abdul Waheed Majeed Credit: PA

Officials have not confirmed the identity of the bomber amid reports that a UK jihadi, who used the name Abu Suleiman al-Britani, carried out the bombing.

Undated family handout photo of Abdul Waheed Majeed Credit: PA

Read: British bomber recorded on video moments before attack

Read: Terror police in Crawley 'bomber' search

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Anti-terror police at home of alleged Syria bomber

A police officer stands outside a property in Martyrs Avenue, Langley Green, West Sussex,

Anti-terror police are searching a house in Crawley, West Sussex, amid claims that a Briton staged a suicide bomb attack on a prison in Syria, last week.

He is believed to be 41-year-old Abdul Waheed Majeed, ITV News understands.

Pictured: Briton believed to be suicide bomber in Syria

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Officers searching Crawley home of Syria 'bomber'

Counter-terrorism teams are searching a property amid claims that a Briton staged a suicide bomb attack on a prison in Syria.

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British bomber said to have blown himself up in Syria is Abdul Waheed Majid. 41 years old from Crawley. Police searching house.

Officers are examining a house in Martyrs Avenue, Langley Green, Crawley, West Sussex, after reports that a UK jihadi, who used the name Abu Suleiman al-Britani, carried out the deadly bombing.

He is said to have driven a lorry into a jail in Aleppo and detonated a bomb last week, and is thought to be the first Briton to stage a suicide attack in the war-torn state, where increasing numbers of UK-born extremists have gone to fight.

Terror police in Crawley 'bomber' search

Counter-terrorism teams are searching a property in Crawley amid claims that a Briton staged a suicide bomb attack on a prison in Syria.

See last week's reports on the Aleppo Prison attack.

Officers are examining a house in Martyrs Avenue in Langley Green after reports that a UK jihadi, who used the name Abu Suleiman al-Britani, carried out the deadly bombing.

He is said to have driven a lorry into a jail in Aleppo and detonated a bomb last week, and is thought to be the first Briton to stage a suicide attack in the war-torn state, where increasing numbers of UK-born extremists have gone to fight.

Man, 21, arrested on suspicion of terrorism offences was coming back from Turkey

A 21-year-old man, who was stopped by police at Stansted Airport, has been arrested on suspicion of terror offences.

The man, who was on his way back from Turkey, was taken to a London police station where he remains in custody.

In the early hours of this morning, he was arrested on suspicion of being involved in the commission, preparation and instigation of terrorism offences.

The arrest was not in response to any immediate threat or risk.

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