Two weeks on from the anti-Semitic terrorist attack in the German city of Halle, here are 5 things we learned from the assault.
In a social media obsessed age, tackling mainstream medias reporting methods seems almost futile.
Rising knife crime in the UK has left many scrambling for solutions, but could a slight change in knife manufacturing mitigate this sharp increase?
In the wake of the Christchurch shooting, New Zealand appears to have taught the world a sincere amount towards social, legal and compassionate responses to terrorism.
Denials of mass-casualty attacks as "false flag" government inspired incidents has sadly become a recurrent theme in recent years and appear to be gaining momentum due to social media.
ISIS rely heavily on their fearsome reputation and social media prowlings, but can juvenile memes derail their online efforts to be seen as a serious organisation worth dying for?
Tommy Robinsons self-made "martyrdom" has made him a hit in the USA, and the cash rewards that come with appealling to such a big market continue to roll in.
As ISIS lose ground in the Middle East and notoriety in the West, their social media presence has become more important than even in their attempts to radicalise young Westerners.
Despite a decrease in terrorist attacks in the UK, changes may need to be made to UK counter-terrorism strategies in order to prevent the symptoms and causes of radicalisation.