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Dyfed-Powys Police in South Wales are in the process of leading a counter-terrorism exercise to test the response of emergency services in such an attack.

Following the UK’s EU referendum, in which the nation voted to leave by 51.9 per cent to 48.1 per cent, NATO has reaffirmed its role in uniting Europe.

Belgian authorities have charged three men with terrorism offices, following a large overnight investigation, the federal prosecutor’s office has confirmed.

The European Commission has outlined further steps to support Member States to tackle radicalisation.

91 per cent of people on the United States (US) terrorist watchlist were permitted to by firearms in 2015, according to federal data.

 Features

Eurosatory 2016, taking place from 13-17 June in Paris, is the leading international defence and security exhibition, helping visitors to keep a finger on the pulse of the ever-evolving defence industry. Counter Terror Business looks ahead to the exhibition.

The British Transport Police discusses Project Servator, a new approach to deploying officers to detect crime and deter terrorism on British railway lines.

Taking a closer look at stadium crowd management

After what happened at the Stade de France in Paris, UK Security Expo takes a closer look at stadium crowd management and security.

IFSEC International returns to London’s ExCeL Centre on 21-23 June. Here, IFSEC Global explores how criminal gangs are abandoning traditional crimes in favour of cyber crime.

The Prison Reform Trust discusses offender management, outlining best practice to help avoid radicalisation and better support vulnerable offenders.

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