Moroccan prosecutors have filed preliminary terrorism charges against 15 people who are suspected of links to the killing of two Scandinavian women in the Atlas Mountains.
A friend of an Islamic State terrorist who plotted to assassinate the Prime Minister has been found guilty of preparing to join terrorists abroad.
A lawyer for the widow of a murdered police constable has backed a call for armed officers to be stationed at all gates into Parliament.
A north-east neo-Nazi who is serving a life sentence for plotting terrorism attacks on Scottish mosques has failed in a bid to have his conviction quashed.
Police have briefed north-east shopping centre staff on how to react in the event of a terrorist attack in the area.
A Neo-Nazi who is serving life imprisonment for plotting terrorist attacks on mosques will next week argue that his sentence should be reduced.
Schoolchildren could carry out security drills in preparation for potential terror attacks in their classrooms, under Government plans.
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.
In a few weeks’ time, the media will be full of stories marking the 30th anniversary of the worst terrorist attack ever perpetrated on Scottish soil. The downing of Pan Am 103 on December 21, 1988, killed 270 people – 243 passengers on the flight, 16 members of the plane’s crew, and 11 Lockerbie residents.
An author who witnessed the collapse of the Twin Towers from her workplace in New York visited Aberdeen last night to explain how the experience has shaped her life and her work.
Counter-terrorism police and the security services are running a record high of more than 700 live investigations, MPs have heard.
A Neo-Nazi who was plotting to blow up mosques in Aberdeen has been jailed for life.
The threat of Islamist terror attacks could worsen in the next two years, the UK Government warned as it unveiled a shake-up in the national security strategy.
A “neo-Nazi” who collected components for potential bombs and kept a list of Scottish mosque addresses has been found guilty of planning terror attacks.
Banff man, Connor Ward, has been convicted of terrorism charges in Edinburgh High Court today.
A prosector told a jury yesterday there was an “overwhelming” amount of evidence available to convict a “committed neo nazi” of terrorism offences.
Reports have emerged that counter-terror police foiled an alleged plot to bomb Downing Street and murder Prime Minister Theresa May.
Metal detectors should be trialled in schools to protect children from knife crime, a senior Liberal Democrat has said.
Armed police are on duty across the country after the Parsons Green bomb attack prompted Britain to be put on the highest terror alert.
An explosion on a London Underground train which sent passengers and those in the vicinity fleeing in fear is being treated as a terrorist incident by police.
Victims from 34 countries were killed or injured in the Spain terror attacks, a Spanish ambassador said.
A major manhunt for the suspected driver of the van that mowed down holidaymakers and locals in Barcelona, around 68 miles east of Cambrils, continues.
Two terrorist attacks have rocked Spain, leaving 14 innocent people dead and scores of others injured.
This has been an election campaign like no other.
North-east people in London when the terror attacks took place on Saturday night have told of their horror as events unfolded.
A teenager who went to the concert to celebrate landing a new job has described how she desperately tried to reunite a young girl with her mother.
A politician at the centre of a hoax terror threat has vowed not to be intimidated by "bullies and extremists" hell-bent on spreading fear.
Soldiers at Paris’s Orly Aiport have shot dead a man who wrestled one of their colleagues to the ground and tried to steal her rifle, officials said.
A north-east man has described the "scary" moment soldiers intercepted a terrorist as he tried to get into the world's most famous art gallery armed with two machetes.
The threat of a terrorist attack is the main concern for Scots, according to a new survey.
Described as the "selfie to end all selfies" an Aberdeen oil worker just about broke the internet yesterday as he posed with the EgyptAir hijacker.