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Former UK Counterterror Chief: Give ISIS Fans Charter Flights to Syria

The former head of British counterterrorism suggested this week that the best way to deal with ISIS sympathizers in the UK might be to let them have their wish and travel to the Islamic State, surrendering their passports on the way out. Former Scotland Yard assistant commissioner Robert Quick even recommended providing expatriates with charter flights to get rid of them more efficiently.

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WATCH: UK Remembers 2005 Bombings with Memorial Service at St Paul’s

London (UNITED KINGDOM) (AFP) – Britain on Tuesday commemorated the 10th anniversary of the London suicide bombings that claimed 52 lives with a memorial service at St Paul’s Cathedral attended by Prime Minister David Cameron and former prime minister Tony

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Defiant London Stops To Honour 7/7 Bombing Victims

LONDON, United Kingdom – The bells of St. Paul’s Cathedral rang out under a heavy sky and a circulating helicopter announcing a special service of commemoration to honour victims of the terror attacks of 7 July 2005. Family and friends of the

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Security Chief Warns: UK Faces A Long Battle Against Home-Grown Jihadis

The Director-General of MI5, Andrew Parker, has said that 10 years on from the 2005 July 7 attacks there remains a “serious societal and security challenge” in tackling home-grown Jihadi terrorism. Mark Rowley of the National Police Chiefs’ Council for