U.S. President Barack Obama puts in place new restrictions on the use of military equipment by police departments, following unrest in U.S. cities over the deaths of black men at the hands of police officers.
A 14-year-old British child from the north-west of England has been arrested in connection with a foiled terrorist plot in Australia.
One person is dead and another seriously wounded after they tried to crash a car into the gate of the headquarters of the National Security Agency in Fort Meade, Maryland, according to news reports.
The latest documents released by former U.S. security whistleblower Edward Snowden reveal New Zealand spies on China and Japan and is shared with the United States and others.
The American Civil Liberties Union files a lawsuit on behalf of Wikimedia Foundation and other organizations against the National Security Agency challenging the government’s mass surveillance program.
Police arrest a man after he spends a night on the roof of the Houses of Parliament in London.
The Washington Post names the masked man featured in several Islamic State beheading videos as Mohammed Emwazi, a computer programming graduate from a well-do-do London family.
French Interior Minister announces seizure of passports of six suspected jihadists, says 40 more seizures are being prepared.