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Abu Qatada deportation: Theresa May DID get date wrong, claim legal experts

Radical Islamist cleric Abu Qatada filed an immediate appeal to the European Court of Human Rights against the deportation order issued yesterday by the UK, delaying his possible deportation. He contends the UK erred in deciding he would be treated fairly by Jordan if he were to be deported there.

The government chose not to appeal the European Court of Human Rights ruling that blocked the deportation of Islamist cleric Abu Qatada to Jordan. Home Secretary May said the deportation process would be resumed, however, as Jordan has assured her he will be treated fairly there. Authorities arrested Qatada today, but appeals against his deportation could take "many months."

US and China engage in cyber war games

The Labour party suspended life peer Lord Ahmed for allegedly saying he would offer a bounty on President Obama and former President George W. Bush in retaliation for the US bounty on Lashkar-e-Taiba founder Hafiz Saeed. Shabaab echoed al Qaeda and the Islamic State of Iraq in warning Britain not to deport Abu Qatada to Jordan.

Australia-Afghan Strategic Agreement Drafted for NATO Summit

Analysis: US civilian courts await extradited militants

The European Court of Human Rights ruled that Britain can extradite notorious jihadist preacher Abu Hamza and four other suspected terrorists to the US for trial. Hamza has been charged with supporting al Qaeda and involvement in a fatal kidnapping. He and the other suspects - Babar Ahmad, Syed Tahla Ahsan, Adel Abdul Bary, and Khaled Al-Fawwaz - have three months to appeal. Al Qaeda warned Britain not to deport Abu Qatada, another Islamist cleric, to Jordan.

US Defines Its Demands for New Round of Talks With Iran

Taliban Have No Option But Negotiate With Afghan Govt: Patey

Scotland - Cardinal Keith O'Brien urges Christians to 'proudly' wear cross

British couple in dramatic Timbuktu escape

Global Jihad Sustained Through Africa

American intelligence agencies spooked by Britain's open courts

Mohammed Shabir Ali, of east London, was arrested two days ago and charged with terrorism offenses including attending to assist in an act of terrorism, and possession of a document by al Qaeda ideologue Anwar al Awlaki. Two other men and a woman, all from London and arrested the same day as Ali, remain in custody.

Britain set for sweeping Internet, phone monitoring

'Dictatorship is coming back to the Maldives and democracy is slipping away'

Pakistani Taliban deputy leader Waliur Rehman threatens Britain

Waliur-Rehman-Mehsud-UK.png"Our revenge against the British government will be very severe," Waliur Rahman said in a video that assailed the treatment of Islamist prisoners in the country.

Ransom payments and terror: how freeing hostages helped a Taliban leader who threatens the UK

A court ruled that the government must return the passport of Hill Al-Jedda, an Iraqi. Jedda was arrested and imprisoned in Iraq from 2004 to 2007 for facilitating an explosives expert's entry into Iraq as well as serving as a terrorist recruiter. The government stripped him of his citizenship in 2007.