The Home Affairs Select Committee has called on social media giants such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube to show a greater sense of responsibility in targeting groups which are using their services to promote extremism.

Justice Secretary Liz Truss has announced that the government is set to establish special prison units to hold Islamist extremists, in order to prevent them from radicalising other inmates.

Social media franchise Twitter has said it has closed 235,000 accounts over the last six months, for violating its policies regarding the promotion of terrorism.

Mike Penning, Minister of State for the Armed Forces, has welcomed the liberation of Manbij from ISIL.

Radical cleric Anjem Choudary has been found guilty of inviting others to support the so-called Islamic State group.

A family solicitor has said that Kadiza Sultana, one of three school girls who travelled to Syria to join ISIS is feared dead.

The German interior minister is expected to announce new anti-terror measures, following recent attacks linked to Islamist militants.

A 32-year-old man and a 26-year-old man have been arrested in Coventry on suspicion of Syria-related terrorism offences.

The Ministry of Defence (MoD) has confirmed that around 30 UK troops have recently arrived in Somalia to strengthen the United Nations mission to tackle security threats in the region.

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan and Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, Metropolitan Police commissioner, have announced that an increased number of armed police are expected to be seen on London’s streets.

Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley, Britain’s most senior counter-terrorism police officer, has praised the co-operation between the police and the public, as working to the ‘greatest advantage’.

The BBC has reported that ‘extremist’ books discovered by the Prison Service have remained in jail libraries in England and Wales, despite a review calling for their removal.

The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) has trained its counsellors to help parents who fear their children may be becoming radicalised.

The murder of a priest in Normandy has sparked further security and safety concerns across France.

The Home Office has confirmed that 550,000 frontline public sector workers have been trained in its counter-terrorism Prevent programme, as part of its strategy to identify extremism.

A Syrian asylum seeker has blown himself up with a backpack bomb, injuring 12 people, close to a festival in the south German town of Ansbach.

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