Google has said that it will alter the top results for users who search for extremist-related content under a new pilot scheme.

The proposed Investigatory Powers Bill ‘lacks clarity’ and needs to offer more clarification to technology firms about how record will be stored, according to the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee.

Rob Wainwright, director of the EU’s police agency Europol has warned that ISIL has developed a new ‘special forces’ style of combat to target Euro

A new video released by ISIL claims to show footage of the nine Paris attackers in Syria and Iraq before they carried out attacks on 13 November 2015.

According to figures obtained by the BBC in a freedom of information (FoI) request to the National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC), 415 children under the age of 10 were referred to the government’s deradicalision programme ‘Channel’.

Thomas Hurd has been appointed as the new head of Home Office Security and Counter Terrorism (OSCT), due to begin in April, where he will be responsible for the government’s strategy, policy and legislative response to the threats of terrorism and organised crime.

Defence Secretary Michael Fallon has met with his counterparts in Paris to outline details regarding the counter-Daesh campaign.

France’s state of emergency has been questioned by the United Nations (UN) for imposing excessive and disproportionate restrictions on fundamental freedoms.

ISIL has acknowledged the death of Mohammed Emwazi, the masked militant who gained notoriety as ‘Jihadi John’.

Education Secretary Nicky Morgan has launched an anti-radicalisation website aimed at tackling extremism which she says will be used to ‘educate against hate’.

A second British extremist has reportedly been identified as a masked executioner in the ISIL video released on 4 January.

Police in Indonesia have named four out of the five now deceased Jakarta attackers, identifying two as previously convicted militants.

A series of bomb blasts and gunfire in the Indonesian capital Jakarta have been described as an ‘act of terror’ by President Joko Widodo.

The Metropolitan Police has announced that it will train 600 extra armed police, in a bid to better protect the capital from a terrorist attack.

Over 35 personnel are due to deploy to Nigeria as part of ongoing efforts to train local forces to combat the extremist group, Boko Haram.

MPs and peers are set to question Home Secretary Theresa May on the privacy implications of the proposed Investigatory Powers Bill.


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