counter terrorism

 
Does reintegrating jihadists into society help curb extremist acts?
Does reintegrating jihadists into society help curb extremist acts?
The panic response after 9/11 was understandably riddled with errors. The horrific attack in the heart of New York required a military response, or...
Inside Emmanuel Macron's draconian anti-terrorism law
Inside Emmanuel Macron's draconian anti-terrorism law
France’s National Assembly is soon to debate counter-terrorism legislation proposed by Emmanuel Macron’s government. This legislation, Macron claims, will enable France to...
Security is the EU issue for 2017
Security is the EU issue for 2017
NEWS ANALYSISCalls are growing in Europe for the tightening of border controls in the aftermath of December’s terror attack in Germany....
US embassy insists it consulted with SA government before issuing terror alert
US embassy insists it consulted with SA government before issuing terror alert
The United States embassy in Pretoria insisted on Wednesday that it had consulted with the South African government before issuing a terror alert on...
Today's terrorists are as social media-savvy as any marketer
Today's terrorists are as social media-savvy as any marketer
The 2015 report issued by social media agency We Are Social South Africa revealed that there are 85-million active social media users in Africa....
More access to social media needed to combat terrorism - GCHQ
More access to social media needed to combat terrorism - GCHQ
Twitter and Facebook are so important to militant groups that the technology giants should give security services greater access to their networks...
Internet used in most cases of violent radicalism: report
Internet used in most cases of violent radicalism: report
The internet now plays a part in most, if not all, cases of violent radicalisation and is a more significant recruiting ground than prisons,...

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