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Scotland Yard is questioning two women suspected of terrorist activity; one was arrested at Heathrow airport on Jan. 16 as she tried to board a flight for Istanbul with a large quantity of cash, and the other was arrested in northwest London yesterday. A man from Sheldon, Birmingham, was arrested at Gatwick airport yesterday on suspicion of having attended a terrorist training camp in Syria. Yusuf Sawar and Mohammed Ahmed, of Handsworth, Birmingham, appeared in court to face charges of traveling to Syria for terrorist purposes; Sawar had said he intended to join a group linked to the Al Nusrah Front. Six convicted terrorists from Birmingham who planned a bombing campaign in the UK have been ordered to pay, mainly to Muslim Aid, the £33,000 they obtained fraudulently while posing as collectors.

UK not 'full partner' with US, says former defense chief

Flow of Westerners to Syria Prompts Security Concerns

West has discussed co-operation with Syria, Damascus claims

European Spies Reach Out to Syria

Police arrested two men at Heathrow airport who had arrived on a flight from Istanbul. The two Birmingham men are thought to have traveled to Syria for jihad in May 2013. A British ship will join the convoy that is removing Syria's chemical weapons for disposal.

How Syria's chemical weapons are being destroyed

Michael Adebowale, an Islamist convicted of murdering British soldier in Woolwich, said he was inspired to convert to Islam by US-born hate preacher Sheikh Khalid Yasin, who resides in the UK. Yasin has advocated the killing of homosexuals and is linked to jihadist circles in the country.

MOI rejects Taliban could retake key territories after NATO pullout

Christians feel pressure to keep silent about their faith, Lord Carey warns

Teenage photographer killed in Syria

UK Labour: We must fight anti-Christian persecution

Secret CIA testimony identifies real Lockerbie mastermind

Abdul-Hakim Belhaj, the former leader of the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group, lost his case against British officials whom he had accused of colluding in his rendition to Libya; now in Tripoli, he vowed to appeal. The BBC was criticized for giving lengthy air time to hate preacher Anjem Choudhary to discuss the verdict in the case of the killing of a British soldier in Woolwich; Choudhary refused to condemn the murder, which he blamed on the UK government. Siblings Mohammed Zahir Nawaz and Nabelia Nawaz, of east London, were charged in a terrorism case involving the arrest of four UK men who allegedly traveled to Syria for jihad in October. Usman Hussain Choudhary of Dudley was arrested last week for possessing and distributing terrorist literature.

White widow terror cell helped Rigby killer

Local Turf-Sharing Accord With the Taliban Raises Alarm in Afghanistan

United Kingdom - How many more times can the Foreign Office get it so wrong?

British citizens Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale, both Muslim converts, were found guilty of murdering a British soldier in Woolwich; they were not convicted on charges of attempting to murder a policeman. Prior to the murder, Adebolajo was known to authorities as an extremist; he had been radicalized by the outlawed group Al-Muhajiroun and arrested in Kenya in 2010 while trying to join Shabaab.

British 'celebrity jihadi' and chef dies in Syria

Family members said that well-known British jihadist Ifthekar Jaman a.k.a. Abu Aburahman died in Syria while fighting alongside the Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham. Michael Adebowale and Michael Adebolajo, who are accused of murdering a British soldier in Woolwich and have denied murdering him and attempting to murder a police officer, told the court that they had sought to "achieve martyrdom."