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Pakistani schoolgirl shot by Taliban sent to UK for treatment

Thousands of British troops to quit Afghanistan in 2013

France - Terrorism: a homegrown threat?

Kenya coast tourist numbers fall on Islamist security fears

A crowd of 10,000 Muslim protesters, organized by some 800 imams from across the UK, gathered outside Google's offices in London to protest the "Innocence of Muslims" film on YouTube. A million-strong march is also planned for Hyde Park. Five of nine Royal Marines arrested over an incident involving a wounded insurgent in Afghanistan's Helmand province have been charged with murder.

UK - Defence chiefs draw up plans for faster withdrawal from Afghanistan

UK bars entry of Bilour, anti-Islam filmmaker: Report

Seven Royal Marines from a commando brigade have been charged with murder relating to an incident in Helmand province, Afghanistan in 2011 that involved a Taliban insurgent. No civilians were involved.

Abu Qatada appeal: UK called for pardon by Jordan

Islam's inroads in land of Voodoo and Christianity

Radical Muslim cleric Abu Qatada appeals deportation to Jordan

Police arrested a man and a woman, both British nationals aged 26, upon their arrival at Heathrow Airport from Egypt, as part of an investigation into persons traveling to Syria for terrorist purposes. "We are concerned about reports of extremist groups operating in Syria and we take very seriously any claims that British nationals are among foreign fighters there," the Foreign Office said.

The big three who can help save Afghanistan

The head of London's Ahmadis, a Muslim sect that is persecuted in Pakistan, urged the government to prevent attacks in the UK by Pakistani Islamist groups with satellite offices there. Recent statements by anti-Ahmadi groups in London have said Ahmadis should be killed.

British Judges Approve Extradition of Muslim Cleric

The High Court found it was "wholly unpersuaded" by radical cleric Abu Hamza's claims he is medically unfit for trial, and ordered his extradition to the US to proceed immediately. He and four other terror suspects have exhausted appeals against their extradition.

'Sleep-deprived' Abu Hamza fights extradition on health grounds

British security firm facing questions over role in Benghazi attack

In Libya, security was lax before attack that killed US ambassador, officials say

Syria despatch: meeting Assad's snipers as they fight rebels in Homs