Millions of dollars of ransoms said to be spent on weapons, travel and training camps for terrorists
Ahead of Geneva II, a growing number of Lebanese Christians see Syria's leader as their best defence
Chances of terror suspect making it through trial are 'very thin' without a liver transplant warns doctor
Chechen gangsters, al-Qaeda and Knights of Malta among groups claiming the money belongs to them
The poverty-stricken Arab state is strategically important but is a hotbed of radicalism
International terror group takes aim at Lilywhites as Real Madrid close in on Welsh winger
What Zawahiri and his 'general manager' said to each other suggested one of biggest terror plots since 9/11
If we've decided to 'cut and run' by holding talks with Afghan insurgents, why not just cut and run now?
Described as a 'bleeding wound' by his terrorist bosses, North African maverick failed to meet any of his KPIs
Lawyer claims British diplomats vouched for Michael Adebolajo as 'accomplice' Michael Adebowale charged with murder
Days after Obama promises to curtail drone strikes, unmanned aircraft kill four militants
Is there a link between knifing of soldier in Paris and brutal murder of Lee Rigby in Woolwich?
MI5 will be quizzed in Parliament about what they knew about Michael Adebolajo, a recent Muslim convert, and his co-attacker
Assad's forces remain the most effective military formations in Syria and that's not about to change
Judge tells 31-year-old jihadist he won't be set free until he abandons terrorist 'ideals'
Home Secretary confirms government is also considering temporary withdrawal from ECHR
Iran linked to plot to 'kill and hurt people' by derailing Toronto train
Experts say some fighters are jihadists, but Syrian opposition says numbers are greatly 'exaggerated'
It doesn't necessarily mean the FBI are hunting a foreigner - signs still point to 'domestic terrorism'
Patriots' Day bombs leave three dead: setting and timing could point to right-wing causes