Moroccan prosecutors have filed preliminary terrorism charges against 15 people who are suspected of links to the killing of two Scandinavian women in the Atlas Mountains.
A friend of an Islamic State terrorist who plotted to assassinate the Prime Minister has been found guilty of preparing to join terrorists abroad.
Staring into the ‘bowels of hell’: Lockerbie disaster 30 years on and the ongoing transatlantic search for justice
In an exclusive interview marking the 30th anniversary of the Lockerbie bombing, Michael Alexander speaks to an American terrorism expert whose university is marking the loss of 35 of its students in the attack - and hears the 'hellish' memories of several journalists who covered the aftermath.
The head of MI6 has warned Russia against underestimating the organisation's capabilities as he spoke of the Novichok poisoning in Salisbury.
Sir, – Since 2016 I have listened to and read copious amounts of garbage regarding Brexit.
“My brother was, and is, a hero” – Tributes to aid worker David Haines on fourth anniversary of his murder
Peace campaigner Mike Haines has paid tribute to his brother David on the fourth anniversary of his murder.
Sir, – This week in London there was another terror attack using a vehicle.
A Dundee initiative which has helped change perceptions of Islam among many of the city's school pupils is set to reach even more youngsters.
The daughter of murdered aid worker David Haines has called for his alleged killers to be "left to rot" in prison.
Rebecca Lowe: ‘Why I cycled 10,000 km to challenge ignorance and misunderstanding about the Middle East’
Ahead of a Royal Scottish Geographical Society talk in Perth, journalist Rebecca Lowe tells Michael Alexander why she was inspired to cycle from London to Tehran to break down barriers and challenge misconceptions about the Middle East.