Manchester Airport train station evacuated over ‘suspicious package’

Manchester Airport train station has been evacuated and a man detained after reports of a suspicious package. Greater Manchester Police said bomb disposal officers carried out a controlled explosion and a cordon had been put in place. All trains, trams Read More …

‘Anti-tank missiles and explosives’ missing from Greek naval facility

“Military material” has gone missing from a naval facility on the Greek island of Leros, according to the country’s navy. According to local media, anti-tank missiles, ammunition and grenades were taken. There were no signs of forced entry into the Read More …

Petrol bombs thrown at police amid Derry security alert

Petrol bombs and other missiles have been thrown at police in Londonderry, where a security alert is underway in the Creggan. A suspicious object has been found during searches on Monday, as part of investigations into dissident republican activity. Around Read More …

Foiled terrorist attacks on UK soil have risen to 22, says top officer

The UK’s most senior counter-terrorism officer has revealed that the number of attacks foiled since the Westminster atrocity has risen to 22, with seven relating to suspected far-right terror. Speaking at a conference in Israel, assistant commissioner Neil Basu disclosed Read More …

Strabane mortar bomb ‘callous attempt to kill police’

A mortar bomb left near a police station in County Tyrone was a “callous attempt to kill or maim” officers, the PSNI chief constable has said. The device was found by a resident on a wall near houses in Church Read More …

Police get facial recognition go ahead in world-first case

Facial recognition can be legally used by police forces in the UK, judges have ruled. As the world’s first case against the controversial technology concluded, two leading judges dismissed the case brought by human rights campaign group Liberty on behalf Read More …

Man jailed for cyber attacks against police websites in revenge for bomb hoax conviction

A 20-year-old man has been jailed for 16 months after launching cyber attacks against police websites. Liam Reece Watts used specialist software to overload the Greater Manchester Police and Cheshire Police websites in separate attacks which temporarily brought down the Read More …