West Midlands Police working to keep people safe.
A decade ago, Richard Lutz roamed the ruins of the ancient city of Palmyra. Today it is under threat from ISIS.
Police, council and religious leaders speak ahead of Saturday’s English Defence League gathering in Birmingham.
Police are continuing with their investigation into the Tipton nail bomb.
“Serious harm” was the likely intention of Friday’s nail bomb.
Reyhana Patel dares to raise the possibility that UK foreign policy may be the real issue that’s ignored when tackling extremism in the UK
The US will cut back on drone attacks. But innocent victims still are under fire, says Richard Lutz
Author Vijay Mehta, Chair of Uniting for Peace, is giving a talk on his book on 5th March 2013 at University of Warwick
Today marks the 38th anniversary of one of the saddest days in the city’s history, the Pub Bombings of 1974. Here the campaigning group Justice for the 21 talk about their quest to uncover the truth behind this atrocity.
“Who is responsible for recording and documenting the names of the dead?”, asks NATO Watch director Ian Davis
Last Friday, the European Court of Human Rights made its final decision that British citizens Babar Ahmad and Syed Talha Ahsan were to be extradited to the United States.
Dave Woodhall on why the pub bombs inquiry should take place.
A one-day workshop will bring together world leaders in the field of emergency response to present and discuss new ways to manage urban-based crises and hazards.
NATO Watch calls on the NATO Secretary General to establish an independent inquiry to evaluate Operation Unified Protector in its entirety
Richard Lutz returns to a subject that our readers can’t ignore
From Richard Lutz It’s safe to say that one of the major questions to arise from the Osama bin Laden death is: just what did the Pakistani military know or not know? The terrorist’s compound was within spitting distance of the national military academic, a place akin to Sandhurst. It was a compound with 15…
Two stories are splashed across the pages of the remnants of our newspapers today- and both make historic reading.
The first is the happy faces of Prince William and Kate Middleton- soon to be married after 8 years of courting. All well and good. We have a princess and ultimately a queen well into the 21st century.