Six terror attacks have been foiled in France this year, the country’s security minister said.
A Swedish man has been jailed for sending a “potentially lethal” letter bomb to a London bitcoin company after the firm refused to send him a new password.
Counter-terrorism police and the security services are running a record high of more than 700 live investigations, MPs have heard.
Four men found guilty of plotting a “Lee Rigby-style” terror attack are challenging their convictions, claiming they did not receive a fair trial.
Police and probation services are equipped to manage Anjem Choudary following his release from prison, Theresa May has said.
The impact of terrorist attacks on mental well-being may be less significant than we are led to believe, researchers say.
Jurors at the inquest into the death of Westminster attacker Khalid Masood were visibly upset as they viewed graphic video of his murderous rampage.
A 19-year-old man has been arrested by counter terrorism police for spraying extreme right-wing graffiti ahead of a peace march.
Counter-terrorism police are jumping on the popularity of the Bodyguard series in a drive for new recruits.
Mother-of-two Aysha Frade was sending a text message to her husband when she was mowed down by an SUV in the Westminster Bridge attack
Northern Ireland’s top police officer has accused the British government of failing to understand the impact of Brexit and the dangers of terrorism in the region.
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.