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The BBC speaks to two British extremists who have lived and fought in the country for years.
Your morning briefing for 21 September 2018.
The imminent freeing of the radical preacher prompts questions about supervising convicted terrorists.
Documents in human rights case show chiefs did know undercover officer was involved with an activist.
The airline's new luggage charges may amount to unfair commercial practice, says competition watchdog.
Leader Gerard Batten unveils the party's new manifesto, which urges a "clean exit" from the EU.
The "Croydon cat killer" may not exist but there are steps you can take to keep pets out of trouble.
Chris Grayling warns that the EU must soften its position on its 'backstop' for the Irish border.
Beijing is being penalised for buying Russian combat jets and surface-to-air missiles.
London is following Chicago's lead in tackling violent crime like it is an infectious disease.
When Jackie Britton was given a blood transfusion during childbirth, it could have killed her.
Kurdish-led forces in Syria say captured jihadists are a "heavy burden" to be held indefinitely.
A consumer group has challenged universities over the claims they make to attract students.
Amazon has unveiled a microwave that can be controlled using its Alexa voice assistant.
A previously unknown letter gives a first-hand account from the first suffragette to be jailed.
Even Russians are mocking their own spies over the TV interview with two "architecture enthusiasts".
Reality Check's Chris Morris sees how Brexit and the Irish border's future could affect this Welsh port.
Newsbeat chats to the grime MC following the release of his album Ghetto Gospel: The New Testament.
What happens when your relationship is affected by Britain leaving the EU?
It has the biggest proportion of babies born through assisted reproductive technology in the world.