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Arab Islamist fighters eager to join Syria rebels

Twin brothers Mohammed Shabir Ali and Mohammed Shafiq Ali from east London were jailed for three years after admitting to raising money to fund terrorism. They had sent money for several years to another brother who had gone to Somalia to join Shabaab.

Officials say major threat to London Olympics yet to materialize

Ayan Hadi, the wife of suspected terrorist Richard Dart, was charged with withholding information about acts of terrorism. Dart and two other men face charges relating to travel to Pakistan for terrorism training. Radical cleric Abu Qatada was denied release on bail.

The Foreign Office is investigating a report that Britons were among the group of jihadists holding two Western cameramen captive for a week in Syria. The two men said they were freed by members of the Free Syrian Army.

A group of British Islamists called off a plan to protest "the evil of the Games" outside Olympic Park, alleging that police had told the group not to go through with it. Spokesman Mizanur Rahman vowed more protests and said Muslims should not participate in the Games.

Pakistan - '48% Pak students in UK not genuine'

Two Journalists Freed by Islamic Fighters in Syria After Weeklong Ordeal

Secret Turkish nerve center leads aid to Syria rebels

Pakistan to sue The Sun over Olympics visa allegations

United Kingdom - Theresa May should relax border checks, says Keith Vaz

US sets up round the clock Olympic threat monitoring

Top level British secrets 'compromised by Canadian spy'

Olympic security: 1,200 extra troops deployed to help secure Games

Tony Blair: 'The West is asleep on the issue of Islamist extremism'

UK tabloid sets off another sporting controversy

Pakistan shamed by visa scandal

Israel alert for attacks abroad, eyeing Olympics

Shasta Khan, a thrice-married hairdresser, was jailed for eight years for her role in planning terror attacks on Jewish targets in Manchester. Her husband, Mohammed Sajid Kahn, pled guilty to related charges and must serve at least seven and a half years before he can be considered for parole.

Imran Mahmood, Jahangir Alom, and Muslim convert Richard Dart were charged with terror offenses involving travel to Pakistan for training. Javed Baqa and Ruksana Begum, a woman, were charged with possession of material useful for terrorism.