Tuesday, September 30, 2014
Banning orders and "extreme disruption" orders will feature in the party's 2015 election manifesto, the home secretary told the Tory Party conference.
She explained to BBC's Norman Smith what these powers will mean. Watch BBC video » | Tuesday, September 30, 2014
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Friday, September 26, 2014
A woman has been beheaded in an Oklahoma food processing plant by a sacked employee who had allegedly tried to convert his colleagues to Islam.
Alton Nolen, 30, walked into the Vaughan Foods plant plant in Moore Oklahoma and decapitated Colleen Hufford, 54, with a knife and then attacked a second women, Traci Johnson, 43.
He was shot and injured by Mark Vaughan, a former chief operating officer at the company and an Oklahoma County reserve deputy. Ms Johnson and Nolen are reported to be recovering from their wounds in hospital. » | David Millward, US Correspondent and AFP | Friday, September 26, 2014
Thursday, September 25, 2014
'Certain States Helped Create Islamist Extremism' – Iran’s Rouhani to UN General Assembly (Full Speech)
“Certain intelligence agencies have put blades in the hands of madmen, who now spare no one,” Mr. Rouhani said, adding that “all those who have played a role in founding and supporting these terror groups must acknowledge their errors” and apologize. » | Somini Sengupta | Thursday, September 25, 2014
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Sunday, September 21, 2014
Few outsiders have noticed, but radical Islamists now control Libya's capital. These militias stormed Tripoli last month, forcing the official government to flee and hastening the country's collapse into a failed state.
Moreover, the new overlords of Tripoli are allies of Ansar al-Sharia, a brutal jihadist movement suspected of killing America's then ambassador to Libya, Christopher Stevens, and of trying to murder his British counterpart, Sir Dominic Asquith.
Barely three years after Britain helped to free Libya from Col Gaddafi's tyranny, anti-Western radicals hold sway. How could Britain's goal of a stable and friendly Libya have been thwarted so completely?
Step forward a fabulously wealthy Gulf state that owns an array of London landmarks and claims to be one of our best friends in the Middle East.
Qatar, the owner of Harrods, has dispatched cargo planes laden with weapons to the victorious Islamist coalition, styling itself "Libya Dawn".
Western officials have tracked the Qatari arms flights as they land in the city of Misrata, about 100 miles east of Tripoli, where the Islamist militias have their stronghold. Even after the fall of the capital and the removal of Libya's government, Qatar is "still flying in weapons straight to Misrata airport", said a senior Western official.
So it is that Qatar buys London property while working against British interests in Libya and arming friends of the jihadists who tried to kill one of our ambassadors. A state that partly owns 1 Hyde Park, London's most expensive apartment block, and the Shard, the city's tallest building, is working with people who would gladly destroy Western society. » | David Blair and Richard Spencer | Saturday, September 20, 2014