The lives of the Charlie Hebdo shooting victims would have been saved by police competency, according to a French lecturer at the University of Manchester.
The terror attack on Charlie Hebdo offices in Paris was marked in Piccadilly Gardens last night as mourners gathered for a candlelit vigil.
Greater Manchester Police have marked the murders of twelve Parisians at the Charlier with a small ceremony and two minutes silence outside the Charles Hale road headquarters.
Greater Manchester Police are urging people to be extra vigilant and consider how they can play a part in preserving national security for Counter Terrorism Awareness week
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
The 47-year-old’s life currently hangs in the balance after being captured by the Islamist terrorist group in Syria when he travelled over to help refuges in the war-torn country
Former cab driver, Henning, 47, last saw his family at Christmas before leaving to work as an Aid worker in Syria where he was kidnapped just hours after his arrival
Oldham MP Michael Meacher has condemned David Cameron’s anti-jihadist measures and has accused the Government of undermining core British principles.
Counter-terrorism police still on hunt for ‘Syria trip’ twin teen girls who fled Manchester to join Isis rebels
The two 16-year-olds, of Somali origin, flew from Manchester Airport to Turkey on June 26 and are believed to have followed their elder brother, a fighter for the extremist militant group Isis, to the war-torn country.
‘Unstable’ chemicals in jar blown up in controlled explosion at Bolton home – police dismiss terrorism fears
Police were called to Royston Avenue, Tonge Moor
Humans rights group claim Manchester uni controversial Guantanamo talk was axed due to ‘far right’ sabotage
CagePrisoners compare groups to Anders Breivik