A British woman who died fighting with a Kurdish armed unit in Syria has been described as an “inspiration” and a “hero”.
Anna Campbell is the eighth Briton to have been killed in Syria while working with Kurdish forces.
More than 1,000 Islamic State jihadists could try to return to Europe, security chiefs estimate.
UK prisons are making arrangements for a possible influx of Islamic State fighters, the Justice Secretary has said.
The UN envoy for sexual violence in conflict found “a gross lack” of support for women and girls who were raped and forced into sexual slavery by Islamic State extremists in Iraq, and survivors she met “were like living corpses”.
The only surviving member of the Islamic State cell that attacked Paris in November 2015 has agreed for the first time to answer a judge’s questions about the attacks.
The Afghan president has condemned a suicide bombing that targeted a gathering of Shiite Hazaras in Kabul.
The teenage asylum seeker behind the Parsons Green Tube bomb told British authorities he was trained “to kill” by Islamic State (IS), a court heard.
Turkish police has detained four Islamic State suspects as part of an investigation into a possible attack on the US Embassy in Ankara, the country’s state-run news agency has reported.
Police have detained 12 suspected Islamic State militants in the Turkish capital, Ankara, and were searching for eight others, state media reported, as the US Embassy was closed due to an unspecified security threat.
There can be no let up in the campaign against Islamic State or the extremist group could come “bouncing back”, the head of the Royal Air Force has warned.
French prosecutors have filed preliminary charges against far-right leader Marine Le Pen for tweeting brutal images of Islamic State (IS) violence.
A man attempted to run over a Muslim woman and a 12-year-old schoolgirl as revenge for an Islamic State bomb at Parsons Green tube station, a court heard.
An extremist behind a YouTube campaign glorifying Islamic State has been jailed for three years.
Two Londoners suspected of being part of an Islamic State execution cell dubbed “the Beatles” should face justice by “locking them up and throwing away the key”, a police chief has said.
A lonely hearts couple have been jailed for plotting an Islamic State-inspired bomb or ricin attack over the Christmas holidays.
A lonely hearts couple will be sentenced later for plotting an Islamic State-inspired bomb or ricin attack over the Christmas holidays.
Amber Rudd has left the door open to putting the British men suspected of being members of an Islamic State execution group dubbed the “Beatles” on trial in a UK court.
Philippines authorities have arrested an Arab man who they believe is a former commander of Islamic State.
At least 27 people have been killed after Islamic State militants ambushed a group of Iraq’s Shia-led paramilitary fighters.
Up to 100 Islamic State fighters could in theory attempt to return to Britain, a senior counter-terror officer has disclosed.
The fight against terrorism has blurred the traditional lines of war and peace, the chief of Nato has said, stressing that there is a “constant threat” of attack.
A British man who fought with Kurdish militia against Islamic State is to appear in court on Wednesday charged with a terror offence.
Billions of dollars have been pledged at a donor conference for Iraq’s reconstruction after the country’s devastating war with the Islamic State group, though the amounts announced so far still fall short of the 88.2 billion US dollars Baghdad is seeking.
All five of the terrorist attacks that hit Britain last year had an “online component”, the Home Secretary has said as she warned the internet is a “recurring theme” in atrocities.
Tourists were greeted with flowers, music and dancing after arriving in Tunisia on the first UK package holiday since the Sousse massacre in 2015.
An Uzbek man who carried out a deadly attack in Stockholm last year swore allegiance to the Islamic State group in a video and wrote that he wanted “to scare the infidels and leave my life”, prosecutors have said.
The fate of two British men suspected of being members of an Islamic State execution group dubbed “The Beatles” could escalate into a diplomatic row between the UK and United States.
Two British men suspected of being members of an Islamic State execution group dubbed “The Beatles” should be sent back to the UK to face trial, a former counter-terrorism regulator has said.
As the future of the two “Beatles” terror suspects remains unclear, here are some of the options that could end up determining their fate.
The future of the final two suspected members of an Islamic State execution group dubbed “The Beatles” hangs in the balance following their capture in Syria.
United States officials have pledged to hold terrorists accountable following the capture of two Britons suspected of having been part of the Islamic State extremist group dubbed “The Beatles”.