Aimen Dean was recruited by British security and intelligence services to report back on al-Qaeda
What does shooting of Suge Knight have to do with execution of James Foley? Possibly a great deal
Budget flights and 'distressingly porous' borders are enabling Britons to fight in the Middle East
Murderous militants have exploited West’s botched foreign policy. But will anyone accept responsibility?
Gutsy 32-year-old dancer vows to run next Boston marathon and says bombers 'won't steal my life'
Bloodbath at gas plant leads to fears that Sahara could become a terrorist haven like Afghanistan
More than 90 people, including 32 children, killed as troops shell the village of Houla
Two massive car bombs in Syria and 100 deaths in Mali show al-Qaeda mean business again
The danger from al-Qaeda in Pakistan is said to be diminished – but they still have Abu Yahya al-Libi
Our rapidly expanding drone empire can kill foreigners or Americans with impunity