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Latest update : 2014-04-24

Homegrown Jihadists: France Sets Out Plan to Monitor Web and Support Families

The four French journalists freed last weekend in Syria confirmed it themselves: some of their captors were French speakers. France's government has spoken of hundreds of French nationals in Syria, for whom jihad only requires a valid passport and a low-cost flight to Turkey. This Wednesday, France's interior minister spelt out plans to thwart the recruitment of home-grown jihadists, indoctrinated in their bedrooms over the web. How serious is the threat?

By François PICARD

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Gil MIHAELY

Journalist, Yedioth Ahronoth

Nicolas VINOCUR

Political and economic correspondent for Reuters in Paris

El Yamine SOUM

Professor of International Relations at Paris 3 La Sorbonne, Author of "Islamophobia in the Modern World"

Olivier GUITTA

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2015-09-03 China

China's might on parade: Old foes wary of show of strength (part 2)

In a tremendous show of strength, China marked the 70th anniversary of Japan's surrender in World War II with a mammoth military parade. With President Xi Jinping announcing...

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2015-09-03 China

China's might on parade: Old foes wary of show of strength (part 1)

In a tremendous show of strength, China marked the 70th anniversary of Japan's surrender in World War II with a mammoth military parade. With President Xi Jinping announcing...

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2015-09-02 Turkey

Erdogan's toughest battle? Turkish president reverses course on key issues (part 1)

We take a long, hard look at Turkey: A country that has reached a major turning point. For 10 years Reccep Tayip Erdogan could do no wrong: Turkey's leader won every election,...

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2015-09-02 Turkey

Erdogan's toughest battle? Turkish president reverses course on key issues (part 2)

We take a long, hard look at Turkey: A country that has reached a major turning point. For 10 years Reccep Tayip Erdogan could do no wrong: Turkey's leader won every election,...

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2015-09-01 Ukraine

Ukraine's warmongers: Far-right blamed for Kiev grenade attack (part 2)

Kiev reels from its worst day of violence since the February 2014 overthrow of pro-Moscow president Viktor Yanukovich. As lawmakers debated on more autonomy for the separatist...

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