See how the world is adapting in the fight against global terrorism

Nigerian blast leaves more than 70 dead

Islamist group Boko Haram likely to be suspects

Comment & Analysis

Sudden UK inquiry smacks of pandering to Saudi Arabia
– Editorial
Chinese resent westerners who see ‘root causes’ of violence in the treatment of Uighurs
– David Pilling
The desire to conduct global jihad must remain a defining principle of who is AQ
– The A-List

Mauritania battles Islamic extremism

Conservative society is a fertile recruiting ground

Terror checks root out hijack suspects

Threat to UK rising, with Syria a key source, says security chief

Westgate mall, Nairobi

Extremism: People not buildings are target

The terror threat to cities has risen significantly

Ukraine and Russia swap terror claims

Moscow arrests Ukrainians while Kiev implicates FSB

Brotherhood probe stirs Whitehall tension

Inquiry ‘not intended to lead to proscription’

Jihad by social media

Social networks are increasingly being used to radicalise young western Muslims, connect them with terror groups and propel them towards violence. A special FT report by Sam Jones

Bin Laden son-in-law found guilty

Most senior al-Qaeda figure to be tried on US soil

MI5 focuses on Britons back from Syria

Whitehall says terrorist landscape has changed

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Terrorism unit authorises 8,000 ‘takedowns’ in eight weeks

Pakistan attack casts doubt on ceasefire

Taliban denies responsibility for courtroom massacre

Cameron announces review of IRA pardons

Ulster first minister withdraws threat to resign over ‘secret deals’

Murky deals behind N Ireland crisis

Downey case prompts scrutiny of deals that paved the way for peace

Ministers in Ulster meet for crisis talks

First minister threatens to resign over alleged IRA pardons

Killers of Fusilier Lee Rigby jailed

Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale jailed for life