The UK’s terrorism threat level has been downgraded but the risk of an attack is still “likely”, the Home Secretary has announced.
Footage of police firearms officer training has been released as part of the Metropolitan Police’s work with Facebook to improve detection of live-streamed Christchurch-style terrorist attacks.
France’s interior minister has acknowledged there were “malfunctions” that failed to prevent a deadly attack inside Paris police headquarters by an employee.
French prosecutors have opened an investigation that treats a knife attack that left four dead at Paris police headquarters as a potential act of terrorism.
Right-wing extremism is the fastest growing terrorist threat in the UK – with supporters seeking to mimic jihadist attacks, police have said.
Jurors in a trial of an alleged Islamic State supporter suspected of plotting an attack on the British army or police were shown photos of “ninja eggs” on Tuesday.
Manchester’s police chief has described a BBC documentary aired on the anniversary of the city’s arena terror attack as “entirely misleading” and “wholly inaccurate”.
An extremist cell was preparing bombs for an imam who planned to blow himself up at a Barcelona monument, a key suspect in the attacks that killed 15 people in north-eastern Spain has told a judge.
German police have released three British men who were held after “terrorist content” of a conversation overheard on a London-bound plane prompted the captain to land in Cologne.
At least three people have been killed and shots have been fired in an incident in the Swedish capital Stockholm, according to Swedish radio.
A vehicle has been driven into pedestrians in the Swedish capital Stockholm, injuring several people.
A newsagent in Dundee has introduced a ban on serving youngsters during school hours after a gang of kids terrorised customers and staff.
The driver who rammed a truck into a crowded Christmas market in the heart of Berlin killing at least 12 people did so intentionally, police said.
Beach holidays have fallen in popularity due to fears over terrorism, new research shows.
British holidaymakers were left terrified over a possible terror attack when a woman carrying an air rifle paraded around a Spanish holiday resort.