A policy that British nationals who fought for the Islamic State group should instead face justice in the region is under review.
A British family of 12 suspected of joining Islamic State in Syria have all died, according to a relative.
The mother of the young Muslim convert known as Jihadi Jack has told a court she was “horrified” when her son revealed he was in Syria.
A shooting range in The Wirral has used a picture of Shamima Begum as a target after a “record number of requests” from customers.
Jeremy Corbyn has criticised Sajid Javid’s decision to revoke Shamima Begum’s citizenship, saying that she has a right to return to the UK.
A talkRADIO poll which asked whether Islamic State bride Shamima Begum should be allowed to return to the UK has received 288,100 votes.
Bangladesh’s foreign affairs minister has said that Islamic State bride Shamima Begum is not a Bangladeshi citizen and will not be allowed to enter the country.
Islamic State bride Shamima Begum has claimed the Government's decision to revoke her British citizenship is "unjust".
The government will have to prove Shamima Begum poses a risk to national security in order to take away her British citizenship, according to a leading human rights lawyer.
The family of IS schoolgirl Shamima Begum have received a letter from the Home Office saying they intend to deprive her of her British citizenship.
A former currency trader who joined Kurdish rebels to fight the Islamic State says Shamima Begum is 'more dangerous' now than when she left to join the terror group
Sir Vince Cable says Shamima Begum should be brought back to the UK and investigated by police for her time with the Islamic State in Syria
A former extremist who new helps rehabilitate radicalised young people says Shamima Begum should be brought home and given a chance to 'turn her life around'
Kremlin-backed broadcaster RT breached impartiality rules with several programmes which aired in the UK after the Skripal poisoning, watchdog Ofcom has said.
The father of a British-Canadian man suspected of joining the Islamic State has said his son does not support them and asked Canadian authorities for help in bringing him home
A former Army officer tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that Isis suspects should not be tried in the UK because of the risk they could radicalise other inmates in jail
The aircraft was down over Syria where all 15 people onboard reportedly died.
EU leaders are meeting today to discuss how to handle the ongoing refugee crisis, among other topics like Brexit and the economy
The man arrived on a coach from France and was detained in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
International Development Secretary Penny Mordaunt defended US-led missile strikes against the Syrian regime, saying Moscow had blocked every attempt to hold it to account for its illegal use of chemical weapons
Cox suggested the incident in Douma "if it happened at all" could have been carried out by jihadists rather than Bashar Assad's government forces
Sergei Lavrov also alleges stockpile of chemicals produced in Germany and England
New cross-party Russia Co-ordination Group held its first meeting on Wednesday (April 18)
China one of just three members of UN Security Council to vote for resolution condemning the strikes
The Commons Speaker has granted Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn a debate with Theresa May on British military action this afternoon
Hamish De Bretton Gordon says those condemning the strikes in Syria need to see the 'streets of Douma'
Former British Army officer Colonel Tim Collins has told Julia Hartley-Brewer that Jeremy Corbyn's position on Syria is "a nonsense".
An alleged Islamic State (IS) supporter accused of sharing details of Prince George's school on social media will now face trial in May
Retired senior Naval Officer Lord Alan West has questioned whether the chemical attack in Syria was the work of President Assad’s troops
Labour leader speaks out on US president's 'instant reaction' on social media
Prime minister summons ministers to No.10 amid calls for Parliamentary vote on any military action
US relationship with Russia 'worse than ever', says president
European Aviation Security Agency warns operators of possible air strikes as Conservative MP says Britain must 'send a signal'
Donald Trump has met with military leaders to discuss their response to the suspected chemical attack
Chemical weapons expert Hamish de Bretton-Gordon said without intervention we will keep seeing babies killed
A suspected chemical attack in Syria has killed at least 70 people
UK-based refugees are most likely to remain and contribute to their host economy and are "much better supported" compared to those elsewhere
Aid expert Hamish De Bretton-Gordon says Russia and Syria are behind latest debacle surrounding UN aid convoy
Johnny Mercer MP also claimed the decision not to take military action in Syria was 'the biggest foreign policy mistake of the decade'
Aweys Shikhey secured a five-figure loan to fund his jihadi mission before eventually being arrested by Counter Terrorism officers as he prepared to board a flight to Turkey.
Alexanda Kotey and El Shafee Elsheikh were reportedly detained by US-allied Kurdish militia fighters in January.
It was feared some may cause unrest over Turkey's treatment of the YPG
Sandeep Samra rejected advice from counter-extremism counsellors and planned to go to Syria with her would-be husband
General Sir Nick Carter is to give a speech at the Royal United Services Institute
The 16-year-old boy from Sutton Coldfield admitted the charge of preparing for terrorist acts under Section 5 of the Terrorism Act 2006
The woman's husband has claimed the prison sentence is not severe enough
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has accused the US of creating a 'terrorist force' on Turkey's border
The group posted threatening messages via social media which warned of action in response to Donald Trump recognising Jerusalem as Israel's capital
The man, known only as 'John Doe', was captured by Syrian forces while he reportedly fought for Islamic State
The terms of the executive order - which places travel restrictions on eight countries - can be active while challenges to it are processed
Crispin Blunt, the MP for Reigate and former chair of the Foreign Affairs Committee, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the findings of a BBC investigation
A man sues Australian TV channel for airing allegations that he kidnapped his daughter, forced her to marry her older cousin and abused his family.
Macer Gifford left his job as a banker to join the Kurdish People's Protection Units