- A new study has revealed that majority of the terrorist attacks in America are not by Muslims as earlier believed.
- According to an unpublished report delayed by the Home Office, a little less than 50 foreign terrorists have used human rights laws to remain in the UK.
- UK Home Secretary, Ms Amber Rudd has supposedly revealed that the British Police is stressed out due to terrorist attacks as she calls for a review of recent terrorist attacks in the UK.
- A man was arrested on suspicion of terror offences after a white van ploughed into a group of worshipers close to Finsbury Park Mosque, North London.
- Six people are believed to be injured after a car ploughed into people celebrating the Eid al-Fitr outside a sports centre in Newcastle in what Police say is not terror related.
- A policeman has been killed following a stabbing in a terror related attack as millions gathered to celebrate Eid al-Fitr in Medan, Indonesia.
- Officers in Italy have arrested a 29-year-old asylum seeker on charges of inciting terrorism in the country.
- Six foreign pilgrims have supposedly been injured in a foiled suicide bombing attack on the Grand Mosque in Mecca, Saudi Arabia as worshipers gathered for their last prayers.
- Armed Forces of the Philippines, Chief-Of-Staff, General Eduardo Año has warned that there are 40 foreign terrorists in the country and the number is increasing.
- Several supposed terrorists have been arrested following foiling terrorist attacks by the Department of State Services (DSS) aimed at people celebrating Eid-el-Fitr in several locations in North Western-Eastern Nigeria.
- The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has purportedly suggested that the $85 billion global illicit drug trade is exacerbating terrorism in West Africa, most notably Nigeria.
- Two people have been killed and six injured after a police convoy was ambushed in Borno, North Eastern Nigeria by Boko Haram.
- The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has reiterated the need for countries to strengthen the fight against terrorism financers as well as corruption and tax evasion.
News Briefing – Week Beginning 19 June 2017