An undated picture released by Copenghagen police in 2013 shows the man suspected of killing two people in shootings in Copenhagen. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images 2:04

Danish prime minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt said the gunman who attacked a free-speech event and a synagogue in Copenhagen over the weekend probably(...)

Police forensics inspect bullet holes in the door of Krudttoenden cafe where the terrorist attack started in Copenhagen. Photograph: LIselotte Sabroe/Denmark Out

Inna Shevchenko, a leader of the Ukrainian protest group Femen, was addressing an audience of about 30 people on the danger of gunmen suppressing free(...)

Danish prime minister Helle Thorning Schmidt arrives at the synagogue in Krystalgade in Copenhagen to show her sympathy. Photograph: Simon Laessoee/Scanpix/Reuters

Queen Margrethe of Denmark has called on Danes to defend together their shared values after police yesterday shot dead a 22-year-old Danish-born man (...)

The price of free speech

That a meeting in Copenhagen entitled “Art, Blasphemy and the Freedom of Expression” should require armed guards and the frisking of attendees speaks (...)

An undated picture released by Copenghagen police shows the man suspected of killing two people in shootings in Copenhagen. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images

The suspected gunman behind double shootings in Copenhagen was identified as a 22-year-old with a history of violent crime who had only been freed fro(...)

  Swedish artist Lars Vilks is seen at his home in Nyhamnslage, Sweden in this file image from 2012. Photograph: AFP

Lars Vilks has long known he is a prime target. He lives with a daily threat to his life and plans his activities with precision, placing huge emphasi(...)

Danish police shot and killed a man in Copenhagen on Sunday they believe was responsible for two deadly attacks at an event promoting freedom of speec(...)

Ali Charaf Damache (47) could face up to 45 years in jail if convicted in the US. Photograph: Collins Courts

The High Court in Dublin has heard that a man wanted by the US on terrorism charges contacted a woman online telling her he was “a devoted jihadist”.A(...)

File image of Ali Charaf Damache who could face up to 45 years in jail if convicted in the US. Photograph: Collins Courts

A man, whose extradition is sought by the US, has won an appeal for a judicial review of the DPP’s decision not to prosecute him in Ireland.The US is (...)

Ali Charaf Damache could face up to 45 years in jail if convicted in the US. Photograph: Collins Courts

A man whose extradition on terrorism charges is being sought by the US authorities may get a hearing in July of his appeal against the High Court’s re(...)