Four people have been arrested in and around the southern French city of Montpellier on suspicion of planning an imminent terrorist attack in Paris

Parisian authorities have revealed the Eiffel Tower will soon be protected by bulletproof glass walls 2.5 metres high.

Police have seized more than 800 potentially lethal weapons during a month-long counter terror operation.

Met chief has told LBC radio that the government’s austerity programme means that his successor will have to cope with fewer police officers.

French police have said that a man who tried to attack a security patrol with a machete outside of the Louvre in Paris has been shot.

The government's ability to protect the UK from cyber attacks is undermined by the ‘chaotic’ handling of personal data breaches, MPs warn.

Defence Secretary Michael Fallon has extolled Jordan’s role in supporting the fight against ISIL.

Leeds City Council has installed safety measures aimed at preventing any terrorist attack involving a lorry in Leeds city centre.

Baroness Joanna Shields, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Internet Safety and Security, has delivered her opening speech at the Global Counter Terrorism Forum, discussing the threats posed by online radicalisation, response to counter the threat, and progress made so far.

Human rights group Amnesty International has warned that the UK’s counter terrorism strategy is the most ‘Orwellian’ in Europe.

King’s College London (KCL) has warned students and staff that their emails may be retained and monitored as part of the government’s Prevent programme to stop radicalisation on campuses.

Manchester United football team is the first sports club in England to appoint a full-time counter-terrorism manager.

A team of senior military and civilian medics who created the counter-terror app CitizenAID, has said people need to learn lifesaving skills in case they are caught up in a terror attack in the UK.

The so-called Islamic State (IS) group has said it was behind an attack in Turkey where a gunman attacked a nightclub, killing 39 people.

Italy's interior minister Marco Minetti has confirmed that Anis Amri, the man suspected to be behind the Berlin market attack, has been shot dead by police in Milan.

Following the Christmas market attack in Berlin, Theresa May has said people should not be ‘cowed by terrorists’.


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