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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




Western allies of MI6 'kept in dark' over mosque sting plan




Denmark - Former defense minister under fire over Afghanistan military base




Terror and the law, a nice little earner for lawyers




Three terror suspects arrested at Heathrow airport two days ago were freed on bail under conditions. Scotland Yard is concerned for the safety of convicted terrorist Saajid Muhammad Badat, who has testified in numerous cases against al Qaeda operatives.




Abu Qatada free in days after Theresa May got the date wrong




In a pre-planned operation, counterterrorism officials arrested three men, aged 33-39, at Heathrow airport who were returning from Oman. The men, who are suspected of possessing materials intended "for terrorist purposes overseas," are residents of Birmingham.




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