What’s worse? Fictional lyrics written under an alter ego when you’re eighteen? Or an ongoing verbal assault conducted on a world stage consisting of hate, racism, sexism, and prejudice?
In the aftermath of the terrorist attacks that shocked the world, the city is recovering—but slowly, in a fog of suspicion and worry.
Since 2001, thanks to the rise in internet shopping and on-demand printing, anyone with a computer can turn themselves into a grief entrepreneur.
Aki Nawaz has been involved in sieges in Gaza, met with jihadists and attempted to visit Bin Laden. In the UK, he couldn't go out in public for fear of abuse. Now he's releasing his seventh album as the cult multi-ethnic hip-hop outfit Fun-Da-Mental.
In his first speech to the United Nations General Assembly in more than a decade, the Russian president proposed an anti-ISIS alliance "similar to the anti-Hitler" coalition.
The British Government's Anti-Terrorist Strategy for Children Is a Twisted Assault on the Freedom to Think
This week a school child was asked if he was "affiliated with Isis" because he said the French word for eco-terrorism in a French lesson.
Because if you want to find a terrorist, all you need to do is go to your local library.
Hasty decision making keeps taking a dump on our freedom of expression.
At the time of writing, 20 hours after the incident took place, the blast has killed at least 22 people and wounded 123 others.
One holidaymaker had a liquid marked "Fuel" poured over him by a guy with a crudely drawn on beard and improvised head dress.
Islamic State recruiters reportedly told them a girl in the city is planning to strike.