Jeremy Christian, arrested in the fatal stabbing of two men and wounding of another aboard a MAX train, is arraigned on a 15-count indictment in Multnomah County Circuit Court in Portland, Oregon, U.S., June 7, 2017. Stephanie Yao Long/Pool
LONDON, ENGLAND - JUNE 19: A woman reacts as she attends a vigil near the Finsbury Park Mosque on June 19, 2017 in London, England. Worshippers were struck by a hired van as they were leaving Finsbury Park mosque in North London after Ramadan prayers. One person was killed in the terror attack with a further 10 people injured. (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)
When it comes to domestic terrorism in America, the numbers don't lie: Far-right extremists are behind far more plots and attacks than Islamist extremists. There were almost twice as many terrorist in...
<strong>The far-right accounts for a third of all anti-terror referrals, new stats reveal</strong>
"I'm going to kill all Muslims." That's what a white man said after he plowed a rented van into Muslim worshipers leaving the Finsbury Park Mosque in north London early Monday, police allege. One man...
A Tunisian woman holds a photo and passport of her son, who is suspected of joining ISIS in Libya.
Far-right extremists account for a third of all referrals to the government's anti-terror unit, it has been revealed in the wake of the Finsbury Park attack. Threats posed by the far-right are so seve...
In August and September of 2016, Ioana Moldovan traveled to Tunisia to better understand the push and pull factors driving a number of youth in the country to turn to radicalization. While there, she...
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"Nothing is off the table."
A British army soldier and police officer are stationed in London as Britain raises its terror alert following the attack in Manchester.
A host of celebrities have revealed what they think unites us a nation in memory of murdered Labour MP Jo Cox. Ed Sheeran, Helen Mirren and Andy Murray are among those who have taken part in a special...
A new study on human cooperation could shed light on why some take radical steps.
U.S. President Donald Trump called on Arab leaders to do their share to fight "Islamist extremism" on Sunday in a speech that put the burden on the region to combat militant groups while urging unity...
In a ramshackle inner Sydney boarding house, surrounded by his collection of Adolf Hitler dolls, a 48-year-old unemployed neo-Nazi plies his trade as one of Australia's most aggressive online trolls....
A murder suspect accused of coming to New York to kill as many black men as he could will face trial on charges of terrorism, according to New York County District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance Jr. On Monda...
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This is not 'globalist' ideology as much common sense.
Arguing with a neo-Nazi just entrenches their beliefs further.
Boredom, an unassuming emotion, may have a larger impact than we think.
Seddique Mateen, the father of the Orlando shooter, has also appeared in video pretending to be the president of Afghanistan.
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A computer program that automatically detects signs of radicalisation on Facebook profiles is one of several tools being developed by Australian experts to counter the spread of jihadi rhetoric online...
For our Gen Y jihadists the seed of terrorism and extremism is more often than not planted through online grooming. Radicalisation takes place so quickly now: from online exploration to attack. To systematically counter this we need to understand the trigger points for change.
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Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has delivered a blunt statement to extremists on Friday, saying those who don't like Australia should not stay. "If you find Australian values unpalatable, then there's...
Religion is a big part of our society, and ignoring it in schools doesn't diminish that fact. ISIS will continue to flourish in a world where misinformation and fear is propagated, leading to the marginalisation of too many young people.