In the wake of yesterday’s devastating terrorist attacks in Paris, MM spoke to two people who witnessed the events first hand.
Archaeologists from the University of Manchester are continuing to defy Islamic State militant efforts to ‘culturally cleanse’ Iraq by making new discoveries near the ancient city of Ur.
Torture of not knowing: Former political prisoner on fear of seeing loved ones in smuggled Syrian civil war pics
A Manchester-based Syrian organisation has revealed the sickening worry of sifting through torture photos taken during the country’s civil war, which could potentially identify friends and relatives.
Excerpts of a row between a radicalised Manchester teacher – who attempted to flee to Syria to ‘kill for ISIS’ – and his family have been released by police.
Jihadi John, believed to be from west London but originally born in Kuwait, has been named as 27-year-old Mohammed Emwazi
Mr Khan, who is also Vice-Chair of Security and Defence, has warned the elimination of ISIS ‘will not end’ radicalized opposition groups in Syria and says new groups will likely emerge to ‘fill the void’.
An Islam spokeswoman from Manchester has blamed the media and far-right political parties for the upward trend in hate crime against Muslims.
UK government MUST hold talks with Isis… or more will die, claims peace activist and father of IRA bomb victim
Peace activist Colin Parry insisted that the Government will open a dialogue with Isis at yesterday’s Oldham Peace Conference.
Religious and city leaders across Salford united to pay a touching tribute to murdered aid worker Alan Henning last night.
Mourners raise more than £17,000 for children of Salford ‘martyr’ Alan Henning after sickening ISIS execution
Mourners have come together to set up memorial fund pages for the family of murdered Salford aid worker Alan Henning raising more than £17,000 collectively in two days.
Kurdish protesters swarm Manchester in call for stronger action as Isis seize control of Syrian border town
Isis raised its flag on a building on the outskirts of the Syrian town near the Turkish border on Monday after an assault that has lasted almost three weeks