In a rare public appearance, MI6 chief Alex Younger said new technology and the "capacity for ideas to travel" are drivers of terrorism.Read the full story ›
The French President made the comments at a memorial service for victims of terrorist attacks in France.Read the full story ›
Four men from Birmingham and Stoke-on-Trent appeared in court charged with preparing a terrorist attack.Read the full story ›
A 32-year-old man will appear in court over Syria-related terrorist offences.
Patrick Kabele, of Willesden, north-west London, is accused of attempting to travel to the war-torn country, contrary to the Terrorism Act.
Kabele was arrested in Brent on Wednesday. He will now appear at Westminster Magistrates' Court on Friday.
The machete attack on two Belgian police officers is being treated as an act of terror, the country's prime minister has confirmed.
Prime Minister Charles Michel said the attacker's shouts of "Allahu Akbar" (God is greatest) as he slashed at the two women outside Charleroi police station were a notable factor in the authorities' decision.
The attacker, who was shot and killed by police, has been identified as K.B.,an Algerian who had lived in Belgium since 2012.
The 33-year-old was already known to police as a petty criminal.
The family of Hasnat Karim, arrested over the deadly Islamic State siege in a Dhaka restaurant, says he is an innocent victim of the attack.Read the full story ›
The city-state worked closely with the Indonesian authorities in order to apprehend six terror suspects in the neighbouring country.Read the full story ›
The President spoke to the press after a meeting with the National Security Council.Read the full story ›
Brazil arrested ten people suspected of plotting a terror attack inspired by the so-called Islamic State during the Olympic Games, the justice minister said.
Alexandre de Moraes said that police acted to smash the ring after they began discussing using weapons to launch an attack during the Rio games.
A further two people were still being hunted, he added.
No specific target for an attack was said to have been identified by the group, all of whom reportedly pledged support to IS via social media.
Those involved participated in an online group denominated 'the defenders of Sharia' and were planning to acquire weapons to commit crimes in Brazil and even overseas.
He described the group as "absolutely amateur" with no real preparation for an attack and no known contact with the IS terror group despite their pledges of allegiance.
It comes after a previously unknown Brazilian group calling itself "Ansar al-Khilafah Brazil" announced its backing for IS via the messaging app Telegraph on Sunday.
Security services have stepped up security in preparation for the Olympics, which are set to start in just over two weeks on August 5.