Lars Vilks

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Swedish cartoonist Lars Vilks pictured in Stockholm in 2010. Photograph: Getty Images

Police have said they have found no evidence so far of criminal intent in a car crash that killed two police bodyguards and the Swedish cartoonist Lar(...)

CIARAN CASSIDY'S NEW FILM TELLS THE STRANGE TALE OF 'HOW SOMEBODY IN PHILADELPHIA AND SOMEBODY IN COLORADO AND SOMEBODY IN BALTIMORE AND SOMEBODY I(...)

A  Syrian Democratic Forces fighter keeps watch  in Hajin, in the Deir Ezzor province, eastern Syria, on December 15th, 2018. File photograph: Getty Images

A group of Dublin-based Isis fundraisers was collecting money in the Republic and sending it to the terrorist group in Syria while staying below the r(...)

Ali Charaf Damache is serving a 15-year sentence in a maximum security facility in the United States. Photograph: Collins Courts

An Irish citizen convicted of providing support to Islamic terrorists is taking a High Court case against Government attempts to strip him of citizens(...)

Ali Charaf Damache leaving court in Ireland on July 16th, 2013. Photograph: Collins Courts

An Algerian-born Irishman man accused of recruiting an American woman known as “Jihad Jane” in 2009 and who originally pleaded not guilty to a US char(...)

Ali Charaf Damache was arrested in Spain in 2015 after a High Court judge refused a US extradition request in 2015. Photograph: Collins Courts

An Algerian born Irish citizen accused by the United States of conspiring to support terrorists made an initial appearance in a federal court in Phila(...)

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

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 (...)

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