Emergency services would struggle with new atrocity, says FBU
Sunday 9th Jul 2017
posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain
PM calls for financing shutdown of Isis at G20, but MPs slam her Saudi links
posted by Morning Star in Britain
A MAN suspected of deliberately driving a van into Muslims in north London appeared in court on charges of terrorism-related murder and attempted murder yesterday.
Darren Osborne, who is 47 and from Cardiff, was arrested shortly after the attack in the early hours of Monday.
Saturday 24th Jun 2017
MPs stood side by side in silence yesterday to remember those injured and killed in the Westminster attack.
With the benches full and heads bowed, they observed a minute of silence in the usually noisy debating chamber.
It was held at 9.33am in honour of PC Keith Palmer, 48, a...
Friday 24th Mar 2017
THE Belgian port city of Antwerp was on high alert yesterday after an armed Frenchman sped down a busy shopping street in an apparent attempt to mimic Wednesday’s Westminster attack.
Pedestrians had to jump out of the way of the French-registered car, whose driver was arrested...
COUNTERTERROR police arrested a 21-year-old Blackpool man yesterday for inciting racial hatred.
The man was arrested for two public order offences after allegedly using threatening, abusive and insulting words likely to stir up racial hatred.
One charge relates to remarks on...
Thursday 12th Jan 2017
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
THE BERLIN Christmas market hit by a deadly lorry attack earlier this week reopened yesterday as detectives across Europe hunted for the people responsible.
Local police placed concrete barriers by the road nearby to prevent a repeat of Monday’s atrocity, in which 12 people were...
Friday 23rd Dec 2016
posted by Morning Star in World
THE terrorist outrage in Berlin illustrates yet again the depths to which the Islamic State (Isis) death cult will sink.
It confirms the need to wipe out this anti-human organisation and its so-called “soldiers.”
Hopefully, 2017 will see its anti-Islamic...
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
A LORRY attack on a Christmas market in Berlin was an “act of terrorism” that German authorities said yesterday they were ready to blame on Islamist extremists.
A man drove the lorry into crowds near the Kaiser Wilhelm memorial church on Monday night, killing 11 and hurting...
Wednesday 21st Dec 2016
A BOMB squad was called in and six people were arrested yesterday morning in anti-terror raids.
Four men from Derby, one from Burton upon Trent and a woman from London were held on suspicion of engaging in the preparation of an act of terrorism. They remain in police custody.
Tuesday 13th Dec 2016