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Norway likely to be hit by right-wing terror attacks soon, police say
"We now consider it possible that Norwegian right-wing extremists will try to carry out terrorist acts in the coming year," the country's Police Security Service said.
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More than 330 people — of whom 186 were children — died after Chechen separatists stormed a school during a back-to-school event in Beslan in September 2004.
Northern Ireland deadlock is empowering terrorists, warns police chief
Uncertainty over Stormont and Brexit is hampering the fight against terrorism in Northern Ireland, a police chief said after a bomb in Fermanagh.
15th European Day of Remembrance of victims of terrorism
Victims, first responders and EU and governments representatives share experiences
Panama and Saudi Arabia added to list of money laundering violators
The EU added several new territories to their list of countries who have been lax on criminal money laundering activities.
EU Parliament's radio studio to be named after slain reporters
Parliament's president Antonio Tajani to pay tribute to Italian and Polish journalists
European Union sanctions more Iranians
Two individuals and a government agency added to terrorist list
European Parliament adopts anti-terrorism package
Co-operation and information-sharing to be strengthened among member states
Europol: Terror threat in the EU is rising
According to the European Police Agency, Europol, the terror threat in the EU is rising. Last year there was a 45% increase in terrorist incidents. But the EU hopes to combat the threat through reforms to Europol, Eurojust and a future European public prosecutor.
French terror suspect to stand trial for killing 4 at Jewish Museum in Brussels
The attack shocked Europe and led to more security around Jewish institutions
Brussels attack victim relives horror two years on
Flight attendant Nidhi Chaphekar, a victim of the Brussels attack, relives her ordeal two years after the bombing in an exclusive interview with Euronews' Ketevan Kardava.
'A war scene' - remembering Brussels terror attacks two years on
Thursday marks the second anniversary of the bombings at Brussels airport and a metro station, which killed 32 people
'We deserve more recognition'—partner of Belgium terror victim speaks
Briton Charlotte Dixon-Sutcliffe, whose partner David was killed in Brussels metro attack, gives an emotional interview to Euronews
How do you tackle radicalisation in Europe's jails?
Experts gather in Brussels to advise EU on fighting radicalisation in wake of deadly attacks
Brief from Brussels: Reshuffle at the top; and moves to cut terror funding
In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: Top German aide lands Secretary-General job at European Commission, as President Jean-Claude Juncker
New EU anti-terrorism measures unveiled
European Commission package aims to boost protection in wake of attacks
Imams continue peace tour
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The Brief from Brussels: Tackling terror on EU agenda
This is the Brief from Brussels, a daily roundup of the top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
Brussels terror investigation ongoing
The investigation into the attempted terror attack on Tuesday is ongoing.
NATO to join anti-ISIS coalition, says alliance chief Stoltenberg
NATO leaders are meeting in Brussels today (25th May, 2017) as part of US President Donald Trump’s first foreign trip as commander-in-chief.
Insiders: Living with Terror
Insiders takes an in-depth look at how Europe is responding to the threat of terrorist attacks.
Insiders: The fight against Radicalisation in France
Sophie Claudet speaks to a former French intelligence official to gauge the measures put in place to combat radicalisation on a national and European level.
Fighting extremism - in and out of prison
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Insiders: Living with the threat of terror
Sophie Claudet speaks to former French intelligence official,Louis Caprioli about what can be done to combat radicalisation in prisons.
Paris shooting could shift election security debate
The French go to the polls this weekend but the country is still reeling from Thursday’s shooting in Paris.
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State of the Union: EU reflects at 60, UK prepares to trigger Brexit talks
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