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Boats  in the port along the corniche in Doha. Arab nations including Saudi Arabia and Egypt cut ties with Qatar, accusing it of supporting extremism. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images

Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt and Bahrain have cut diplomatic ties with Qatar, accusing it of supporting terror, in the Gulf Arab regi(...)

 People pay tribute to the victims of a subway explosion in the Marsovo Field in St Petersburg. Photograph: Anatoly Maltsev

Seven suspected Islamic State recruiters have been arrested by authorities investigating Monday’s deadly explosion on the St Petersburg subway. Inves(...)

The UK Houses of Parliament following the attack by Khalid Masood: his wife Farzana fled their three-month-old marriage after violence from her “controlling psychopath” husband. Photograph: Chris J Ratcliffe/AFP/Getty Images

No evidence emerged that Khalid Masood had been radicalised in prison in 2003, or had an association with Islamic State or al-Qaeda, but “there was cl(...)

Former British prime minister Tony Blair hit out at the Daily Mail’s “utter hypocrisy”, pointing out that the newspaper led a media campaign for Jamal al-Harith’s release from Guantanamo Bay. Photograph: Stefan Rousseau/AFP/Getty Images

Tony Blair has denied that a Labour government paid compensation to the former Guantanamo Bay detainee who went on to blow himself up in Iraq, in a st(...)

Alma Kashkooli, (12), from Iran who has a severe medical condition, is wheeled out of customs at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport by her mother Fahimeh Kashkooli who is living in the United States on a student Visa while studying at Fordham University Law School. Alma is in the US to have eye saving surgery according to lawyers for the family. Photograph: Reuters

The US justice department has urged a federal court to reinstate president Donald Trump’s controversial travel ban on people travelling from seven ma(...)

 Women waiting for food  during the Somali famine of 2011, when  260,000 people died, including 130,000 children. Photograph: Omar Faruk/Reuters

Somalia faces a “very real risk” of famine, with more than six million people, half its population, facing acute food insecurity in the country, three(...)

US president Donald Trump arriving aboard Marine One to greet the remains of a US military commando killed during a raid on the al-Qaeda militant group in southern Yemen on Sunday, at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware on Wednesday. Photograph:  Jonathan Ernst/Reuters

The US military has launched an investigation into the scale of civilian casualties in a botched special forces raid against a suspected al-Qaeda bas(...)

 Heavily armed police stand guard  at the Columbus Circle Holiday Market in New York City as part of increased security  measures throughout the city. Photograph: Drew Angerer/Getty Images

The Berlin lorry attack on Monday that killed 12 people and injured 48 others raises a pressing question for security services across the world: what(...)

An article by  Katie Hopkins has resulted in a £150,000 libel damages payout for her publisher. Photograph: PA

An article by Katie Hopkins has resulted in a £150,000 libel damages payout for her publisher. In a column for MailOnline in 2015 the TV and radio pe(...)

The asphalt road where  six-year-old Toussaint  was struck links cities in Cameroon’s Far North. Photograph: Andrew Esiebo/The New York Times

All life travels the ribbon of asphalt that cuts through this remote village. The women carrying their onions to market atop their heads step aside wh(...)

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