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The government's top counterterrorism lawyer said that 52 suspected terrorists were held under the controversial control order program between 2005 and 2011. Under a more lenient system introduced in 2012, nine of the 52 suspects are still subject to certain restrictions.

UK warns of nuclear risk ahead of Seoul summit

Toulouse killer's brother 'may have met radicals in the UK'

UK says Iran blocking website in censorship battle

Jonathan: Nigeria takes share of blame for failed hostage rescue

Afghan mission into final phases, says David Cameron

Cyber-attack on BBC leads to suspicion of Iran's involvement

BBC News - Q&A: Foreign forces in Afghanistan

UK government sued for helping Pakistan drone strikes

Pakistan's ISI behind Indian mission blast in Afghanistan: UK intel ex-chief

Al Shabaab's British accent

Our big mistake was to assume we had won, says British ambassador to Afghanistan

How spies used Facebook to steal NATO chiefs' details

London resident Shabaaz Hussain was sentenced to five years and three months in prison after he admitted to raising funds for Shabaab. A counterterrorism official said the investigation into Hussain's provision of funds to associates in Somalia "exposed Shabaaz Hussain's co-ordination of a terrorist fundraising network."

Blood, Recriminations in Wake of Nigeria Mission

AP Exclusive: Iran may be cleaning up nuke work

Abu Qatada talks moving in right direction, says Theresa May

Abu Qatada case: Jordan talks positive - Theresa May

Head of British PRT in Helmand: Afghanistan to Face Security Challenges After 2014

The 7/7 widow and a boom in British jihad