A car thought to be a taxi exploded outside Liverpool Women’s Hospital, killing one man and injuring another. from: BBC News
Danny Fenster, already on trial, is now facing new charges which could lead to a life sentence. from: BBC News
Poland’s prime minister says Belarus is flying in migrants and sending them to the border. from: BBC News
The Defense Ministry said the groups work for leftist militants. Critics said the charge was aimed at quelling scrutiny of Israeli rights abuses. From: New York Times
The sentences shocked rights groups, who saw it as a move by President Bashar al-Assad to appear tough after a crisis that hurt his loyalists. From: New York Times
The police in Norway, initially pointing to Islamic extremism, now say an attacker was “not well, mentally.” From: New York Times
The man arrested on suspicion of murdering MP Sir David Amess – Ali Harbi Ali – is further detained under the Terrorism Act.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson and other leaders paid their respects to David Amess, who was fatally stabbed while meeting with constituents. The police have a suspect in custody and said the attack was linked to Islamist extremism. From: New York Times
The police said that they had previously contacted the suspect, a 37-year-old Danish citizen who is believed to have killed five people, over concerns that he had been radicalized. From: New York Times
In exchange for the admission of the man, Shehroze Chaudhry, Canada dropped criminal charges against him. From: New York Times
Africa Eye investigates how a secretive insurgency has turned Mozambique into Southern Africa’s latest terrorism hotspot. from: BBC News
The man, Mohammed Khalifa, was captured in Syria in early 2019. He was part of the Islamic State’s Ministry of Media, which was responsible for publicizing the beheading of the American journalist James Foley. From: New York Times
from: BBC News Boris Johnson says that while the terror threat remains, people refuse “to live in permanent fear”.
A man who wounded seven people in a supermarket had been under surveillance for months. Officials say a loophole in the country’s laws needs to be closed. From: New York Times
The student union leaders, who were detained under the national security law, had expressed sympathy for a man who stabbed a police officer before killing himself. From: New York Times
from: BBC News Defence Secretary Ben Wallace said the shooting in Plymouth was ”a very sad and tragic event”.
How three teenagers rescued from the Mediterranean Sea ended up in Malta accused of terrorism. from: BBC News
After several attacks, the government said it needed more tools to hunt down terrorists and prevent extremist ideas from spreading. Critics call the laws heavy handed. From: New York Times