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ANDERS Behring Breivik hailed the far-right English Defence League as "a blessing", it has emerged.
BP HAS played down the threat to operations and staff in Scotland after they were named in the manifesto of alleged mass murderer Anders Breivik.
Foreign Secretary William Hague has warned that Britain's security forces may not be able to stop a Norway-style terrorist attack.
A CALL for cyber-jihad has been made by al-Qaeda amid a series of attempts by terrorists to "invade" Facebook, the UK government's new counter-terrorism strategy has warned.
A 21-YEAR-OLD man has been arrested on suspicion of disseminating terrorist publications via the internet, police have said.
OVER-ZEALOUS airport security threatens to exacerbate the terror threat by pushing those flirting with radical Islam over the edge, an MSP has warned.
SECURITY measures at Scottish airports will be reviewed after the UK's terror threat level was lowered from severe to "substantial", a senior officer has revealed.
THE UK is "something of a hub for the development of terrorists", an independent government expert said yesterday.
TERRORIST groups are looking at placing bombs inside the bodies of airline passengers in an attempt to circumvent enhanced security, the US government has warned.
Hundreds of passengers were stuck on planes at Edinburgh Airport for up to two hours as police investigated a "security breach" - believed to be a hole in the perimeter fence.
A SUSPECTED terrorist fundraiser will appear in court today.
IRA killers who gunned down ten Protestant workmen in one of Northern Ireland's worst atrocities were ordered to finish off their victims as they lay injured on a roadside, a new report has said.
The Ritz hotel in London and Eton College were among a number of possible terror targets being considered by senior al-Qaeda leader Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, who was killed in Somalia last week.
The number of British terror suspects subject to control orders has increased to 12, the Home Secretary said yesterday.
Government-funded anti-extremism projects must in future be targeted against forms of terrorism that pose the greatest threat to national security, Home Secretary Theresa May has said.
Terrorists will act like modern day multi-national firms outsourcing mass atrocity attacks, a military expert warned yesterday.
Pakistan's interior minister said yesterday that he was sure senior al-Qaeda operative Ilyas Kashmiri had died in a US drone strike near the Afghan border.
BOMB disposal experts today made safe a "viable" improvised explosive device near Dublin ahead of the Queen's visit to Ireland.