New EU regulations that would require social networks to remove illegal content within one hour should apply to cloud computing services too.
Safaa Boular, 18, was convicted of preparing terrorism acts at home after failing to travel to Syria to join militants of the so-called Islamic State.
A fatal attack on a Roma settlement near Lviv, Ukraine, left one dead and four injured last Saturday. This was the sixth attack on a Roma settlement in two months.
A man killed two policewomen and a bystander in the Belgian city of Liege on
Tuesday before being gunned down at a school
After losing his daughter in the 2015 Paris terror attacks, Georges Salines founded an organisation for victims of the incident. He explains how sharing his experiences, with survivors, other grieving families and even extremists, is helping him to heal.
Efforts to combat radicalisation in our institutions should go hand-in-hand with strategies to fight it in virtual spaces, writes counter-extremism expert David Ibsen.
As the second anniversary of the Brussels bombings is marked, Insight examines what needs to be done to try and stop future attacks
In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: EU’s chief Brexit negotiator says “important differences remain” as clock ticks to strike deal; and how
Experts gather in Brussels to advise EU on fighting radicalisation in wake of deadly attacks