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Terrorism

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  • Rachel Marsden: France needs no-nonsense approach to weeding out domestic terrorism

    During a White House press conference last week in the wake of the Paris terror attacks, U.S President Barack Obama took the opportunity to school France on how to fight terrorism through social assimilation and approaches that don't involve the...
  • In Theory: In wake of Paris attacks, is an unfair burden placed on the Muslim community?

    In the wake of the attack on the French satirical publication Charlie Hebdo and the deadly hostage crisis at a Paris kosher market last week, the Muslim community has once again been thrust into the public eye. This, of course, comes less than a month...
  • US lead negotiator with Cuba is known for breaking barriers

    WASHINGTON The leader of the U.S. delegation to this week's talks on normalizing relations with Cuba has a reputation for determination and expertise at the State Department, where she flouted custom with an unlikely rise from rank-and-file civil...
  • Jews in France need assurances of a better future

    Do Jews have a future in France? Many have posed that question since four Jews were murdered last week at a kosher store in Paris. Yet, no one asked that question about Jews in America after three people were murdered by a white supremacist at Jewish...
  • France's skewed view of free speech

    France's skewed view of free speech
    For some Americans France can seem like a trip back in time, not always in a good way. "In terms of racial progress," writes Joel Dreyfuss in The Root, "France looks more like the U.S. in the 1950s — minus enforced segregation — than America...
  • Wolf-pack terrorists put Western way of life at risk

    Heathrow Airport, London, 1979. Bleary-eyed from our all-night flight from Miami, my wife and I ushered our three young sons onto the London underground. The Piccadilly Line was poised for the dash into central London. My journal description of this...
  • GOP outrage predictable

    GOP outrage predictable
    Let's assume Obama did go to Paris to march in solidarity against terrorism among other world leaders. The Republican talking points would have sounded something like this: Obama wastes hundreds of thousands of taxpayer dollars to march against...
  • Germany, France cancel anti-Islamic rallies; Belgian search continues

    Germany, France cancel anti-Islamic rallies; Belgian search continues
    German authorities canceled right-wing protests Sunday, citing threats, and Belgian officials said they were still searching for the ringleader of a terrorist cell as Europe continued to grapple with the aftermath of extremist attacks in Paris....
  • Europe's police reconsidering arms situation, in light of terror attacks

     Europe's police reconsidering arms situation, in light of terror attacks
    One was a young policewoman, unarmed on the outskirts of Paris and felled by an assault rifle. Her partner, also without weapons, could do nothing to stop the gunman. Another was a first responder with a service gun, rushing to the Charlie Hebdo offices...
  • How did Islam come to this?

    "Islam is a religion of love. My brother was killed by terrorists, by false Muslims." These were the words of Malek Merabet, the brother of the policeman who was shot in the Charlie Hebdo attack. He is right. But his point raises another question that...
  • At least 15 dead in Yemen clashes as truce takes hold

    An uneasy truce was reached Monday in Yemen's capital, Sana, after a day of clashes between Houthi rebels and government soldiers threatened the standing of President Abdu Rabu Mansour Hadi, a U.S. ally. At least 15 people were killed and more than...