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Britain's prime minister has pledged to take a tougher stance on extremism, revealing controversial plans to confront what he called "poisonous Islamist extremist ideology."
Ottawa says it is introducing passport measures to prevent people they call would-be terrorists and sex offenders from travelling abroad.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper promoted his government's anti-crime agenda Friday night while speaking to a non-profit group that fights sexual exploitation and other crimes against children.
British authorities on Thursday charged a 14-year-old boy with terrorism offences in connection with an alleged plot to attack a war memorial ceremony in Australia.
Two 18-year-old Montreal students have been charged with several terror-related offences following their arrest last week.
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said 2014 was marked by harrowing accounts of rape, sexual slavery and forced marriage being used by extremists including the Islamic State group and Boko Haram.
A second Quebec man authorities fear will commit a terrorism offence has signed off on a peace bond that will severely restrict his movements and have him under tight surveillance for the next year.
Austria's interior minister says her agency plans to work closely with Google and YouTube to rid them of videos posted by terrorists.
Montreal is going to open up a centre that aims to stop violent radicalization among youth.
Canada's finance minister is saying publicly what political observers have long suspected: expect to hear the Conservatives talking a lot about national security in the upcoming election campaign.
Underwriting terrorism costs cash that the most prominent groups in the world are acquiring through money-making tactics borrowed from the worlds of business and organized crime.