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NATO disputes report of casualties in airstrike

32 Britons could be killed in drone strikes, claims lawyer

David Cameron: Britain will decide on votes for prisoners not a 'foreign court'

NATO accepts Obama timetable to end war in Afghanistan by 2014

UK may keep troops in Afghanistan post-2014 to fight terrorism

Special Report: Helmand deaths prompt security rethink

Think Tank Criticizes Germany's Role in NATO

Extremist cleric Abu Qatada, whom Britain has been trying to deport to Jordan for the past 10 years, is seeking freedom on bail. A judge said that if the deportation process drags on much longer, Qatada will be released to house arrest.

Pakistani Sex Convictions Spark British Race Row

Libyan Islamist quits militia to enter politics: aide

Ex-Member of Somali Terrorist Group Helps a US Prosecution

Maldives president reneges on deal for early elections

Al-Qaeda will expose double agent's identity, security chiefs fear

MI5 feared British police attended terrorist camps

Al-Qaeda leaders believed that British double agent in underwear bomb plot was from radical Islamic family

UN moves to compensate the victims of terrorism

Two held, homes evacuated in UK over 'terror plan'

Our war legacy to Afghans: £1bn of military vehicles will be given to national army when British troops pull out

British agent in underpants bomb plot had been working undercover 'for up to a year'

British played central role in foiled bomb operation: sources