Journalists who interviewed “Isis bride” Shamima Begum cannot be compelled to hand over unpublished notes and footage to counter-terrorism investigators, a judge has ruled.
‘I only wish to have the chance to see my children and hug them again’ – Final letter of murdered aid worker David Haines revealed
A letter written by murdered aid worker David Haines to his parents in Perthshire has been revealed for the first time, just days before the fifth anniversary of his death.
An Isis blooper video has emerged in which a member of the terrorist group is repeatedly interrupted by a loudly squawking bird.
MP Stephen Gethins ‘humbled’ by sobering trip to refugee camps where North East Fife charity work seen at first hand
Michael Alexander speaks to North East Fife MP and SNP Foreign Affairs spokesperson Stephen Gethins who has just returned from a sobering visit to refugee camps in Lebanon - close to the Syrian border - where he saw at first hand how a Fife charity is supporting traumatised children.
Spanish police killed five terrorists wearing suicide belts as they thwarted a second atrocity this morning, just hours after a van attack in Barcelona left at least 13 people dead and 100 injured.
The third London Bridge terrorist has been named as Youssef Zaghba, an Italian national of Moroccan descent, as security services prepared to launch a review into the atrocity.
One of Dundee's most prominent Islamic centres has condemned the "sick" people behind Mondays night's suicide attack in Manchester.
A divisive BBC comedy sketch portraying 'The Real Houswives of ISIS' has provoked a stir online.
Following the fall of Aleppo, Michael Alexander speaks to a St Andrews University-based Syrian student who fears the conflict in his country is unlikely to end soon.
The teenage daughter of murdered aid worker David Haines has told how she turned to drink and drugs after her father was abducted by IS terrorists.