A cleric who conducted an Islamic marriage ceremony involving an alleged honour killing victim claims he was threatened by a member of her family. Samia Shahid, 28, from Bradford, was strangled last month in Northern Punjab, police in Pakistan said. Cleric Syed Sibtami Kazmi said he was "threatened" after Ms Shahid's second marriage in September 2014.
On Thursday, Jo Cox was murdered while holding a surgery for her constituents. She was shot and stabbed by a man who has since been linked to neo-Nazi groups and reportedly shouted 'Britain first' as he did it. She has been remembered by MPs, hailed as a "21st century good samaritan", and Barack Obama personally called her widower to send his condolences.
How exactly does the so-called Islamic State radicalise young Muslims over the internet? The experience of one British teenager, who claims to have turned many others away from IS, reveals tactics similar to those employed by groups who seek to normalise anorexia and self-harm.