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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




Saudi agent in bomb plot held UK passport, source says




The European Court of Human Rights denied the appeal of radical Islamist cleric Abu Qatada against the UK's deportation order. The UK has been seeking to send him to Jordan since his arrest in 2002.




Egypt Islamist vows global caliphate in Jerusalem




Border checks on drugs and guns 'dropped' at Heathrow




Authorities filed terrorism charges against Adrian Wall, 47; Liiban Nursharif, 30; and Daud Ali, 40, who were arrested with four others all believed to be part of a khat-smuggling operation that funded terrorism. Ali was also charged for having a fake Norwegian passport. The four other suspects remain in custody.




Ground-based air defence systems tested in Olympics security exercise




Abu Qatada judges to decide his appeal on 9 May




Scotland Yard arrested seven people suspected of involvement in a network that smuggles khat to the US and Canada; the network's proceeds are thought to be used to fund terror activities in Somalia. In a separate case, a Birmingham man, Kamran Ahmed, 21, was charged with possessing documents useful for preparing acts of terrorism.




Doubts of victory surface in war on Afghan poppy crops




Al-Qaeda 'will free British hostage' if Abu Qatada can go where he wants




The military plans to install missile batteries in London to defend the Olympic Games from terrorist attacks. Plans also call for 13,500 soldiers to assist police during the Games, considerably more than the 9,500 British soldiers serving in Afghanistan.




Islamists in Enemy Territory: The Missionary Zeal of Germany's Salafists




Shoe-bomber supergrass Saajid Badat testifies in US




Pakistan - Hafeez Shaikh caps off 'successful' US tour securing promises of aid, loans