Lie detector tests could be employed to monitor terrorists released from prison under licence in Northern Ireland, a watchdog has said.
Terrorist offenders’ release from prison under licence in Northern Ireland should be supervised by someone unconnected to police, the terrorism laws reviewer said.
An extremist Muslim convert who plotted to blow herself up on a Tube train after bombing St Paul’s Cathedral wanted innocent people to die even after she was dead, a senior police officer has said.
A man has been charged after three men died and several others were injured in a knife attack in Reading.
A 14-year-old boy has been charged with plotting a terror attack, police said.
A shooting at a Texas naval air station that wounded a sailor and left the gunman dead is being investigated as “terrorism-related”, the FBI said.
New measures designed to better protect people from terror attacks in bars, clubs, restaurants and other venues have been put on ice.
A Norwegian man suspected of killing his stepsister and then opening fire in an Oslo mosque has told the first day of his trial that it was an act of “emergency justice” and he regretted not having caused more damage.
Facebook is working with the Metropolitan Police to improve the social network’s ability to detect live streaming of terrorism and potentially alert officers about an attack sooner.
The Home Secretary has called for a “back door” into end-to-end encrypted messaging platforms in a bid to tackle security threats including child sexual abuse and terrorism.
A north-east neo-nazi serving life for planning terrorism attacks on mosques has failed in a bid to have his conviction quashed.
Researchers are developing new artificial intelligence to tackle a surge in hate crimes after they rose to their highest levels since records began.
Britain is at risk of terrorist attacks from drones, a leading designer has warned.
Counter-terrorism experts are training staff at hospitals, schools and public buildings across the North-east.
Police today said increased security and searches would help people in Aberdeen feel "reassured".
A man allegedly found with weapons, bomb manuals and the address of every mosque in Aberdeen will go on trial later this year accused of terrorism offences.
Through years of experience I’ve found, generally speaking, people dislike politicians assuming things and speaking on their behalf, particularly when they’ve got it wrong.
We spoke to Paris-born journalist Jenny Ben Brahim, a former Robert Gordon's College and University student, who now lives in works in the city. Here, in her own words, she tells us what it has been like in Paris since last Friday's terror attacks.
A FORMER Aberdeen medical student was today cleared of one of the three terrorism charges he faces.