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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

Editor in Chief, Causeur

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"

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2014-09-29 India

Modi in America: India's Prime minister on triumphant US tour

Narendra Modi's makeover from pariah to guest of honour at the White House will cap a triumphant tour that's seen the Indian Prime minister talk to the UN and a sell-out crowd at...

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2014-09-29 Hong Kong

Hong Kong protests: Pro-democracy movement gets global support

Hong Kong's so-called umbrella protests are snowballing into what's shaping up as one of the biggest challenges to Beijing's authority since the Tiananmen Square protests of...

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2014-09-25 United Nations

The Answer to Jihadism? (part two)

The French cabinet insists it won't be blackmailed after the beheading of a French tourist in Algeria by militants affiliated with the Islamic State group. Meanwhile, the...

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2014-09-25 Turkey

The Answer to Jihadism?

The French cabinet insists it won't be blackmailed after the beheading of a French tourist in Algeria by militants affiliated with the Islamic State group. Meanwhile, the...

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2014-09-24 United Nations

United Against Jihadists? (part 2)

It’s day two of air strikes in Syria, and a big day of speeches at the United Nations annual assembly. Barack Obama's praise for his coalition partners in the fight against the...

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