The surprise move by the French government to attack jihadist rebels in Mali followed the surprise rebel advance southward toward the capital Bamako
Against the backdrop of an unfolding hostage drama in Algeria, euronews spoke to Anders Fogh Rasmussen, the secretary general of NATO.
French military action – Opération Serval – against Islamists trying to take control of northern Mali has moved into a new phase: the deployment of
French military intervention in north Mali is aimed at stopping a radical Islamic takeover of the territory.
Three groups essentially dominate
The former head of the Arab League, Amr Moussa, has been talking to euronews reporter Mohammed Shaikhibrahim about the current unrest in Egypt
It has become a challenge to define who are the fighting forces in Syria. Syrian Armed Forces personnel who deserted, along with volunteers, call
After a string of recent cases in Europe and across the world, ‘lone wolf’ attacks have been identified as one of the most worrying terrorism trends
Violent protesters in Muslim cities around the world have been blaming the United States for a film made there which they say insulted the Prophet
In this issue of The Network, euronews’ Chris Burns leads a discussion on extremism in Europe.
Chris Burns: “The massacre at a Jewish school in
Tuareg rebels in Mali have declared their own independent state after declaring an end to hostilities
The National Movement for the Liberation of
With EYP – the European Youth Parliament
Masha from France:
I’d like to know if Muslim extremism is a real issue in Europe.
With ISPI – the Institute for International Political Studies
Victor, from Fontainebleau in France, asks: I’d like to know if the countries
Has Algeria turned the page on terrorism? Has the national reconciliation plan of President Abdelaziz Bouteflika done what it set out to do? And what