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New high speed railway threatens Kenyan wildlife

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EYE ON AFRICA

Senegalese court convicts 13 people in country's first mass terrorism trial

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Macron's bodyguard scandal grows

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THE WORLD THIS WEEK

Trump invites Putin to Washington, France celebrates the World Cup, Macron's first scandal, Nicaragua's crackdown

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FRANCE IN FOCUS

A closer look at France's World Cup victory

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ENCORE!

I want your sax: France's love affair with jazz

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REPORTERS

Video: Maracaibo, the story of Venezuela's collapse

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Knife crime on the rise in London

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THE INTERVIEW

Nicaraguans 'betrayed' by Ortega, says Bianca Jagger

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TALKING EUROPE

Politicians, activists and researchers debate the issues facing the EU and a 'guest of the week' offers their insight in a long-format interview that gets to the heart of the matter. Saturday at 12.10 pm.

Latest update : 2017-05-29

Security in Europe: Is there more that could or should be done?

The most recent attacks in Manchester, London, Paris or Berlin were carried out by lone assailants, their links to larger international terror groups still being investigated. But large or small, terrorists are striking across the EU. New security measures have been put in place, with extra police on the streets, more checks on luggage and more scans to walk through.

There is also a new frontier in the fight against terrorism: a virtual one. Governments are looking to gain access to our online communications. Calls for bringing an end to encrypted messages are growing. As control over social media is stepped up, Europol says the Islamic State group is also adapting and is now looking to develop its own social media platform.

So how secure can we be in today's world? Both online and off, are there mesures that could or should be put in place?

Presented by Eve Irvine.

Produced by Isabelle Romero and Anais Guérard. 

By Eve IRVINE

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2018-07-16 Catherine NICHOLSON

Eurogroup chief Centeno: 'We need to put an end to what seems to be a trade war in the making'

This summer, there's big economic news for Europe: Greece is formally exiting its bailout programme, the ongoing trade war between the EU and the US, and plans to overhaul the...

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2018-07-16 Catherine NICHOLSON

Maltese foreign minister: ‘We need to implement legal paths of migration into Europe’

Malta is the EU's smallest member state by size and population. It joined the bloc in 2004 and is perhaps best known around the world as a sunny Mediterranean holiday...

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2018-07-09 Catherine NICHOLSON

German MEP David McAllister: 'We need more solidarity in the EU over migrants'

Our guest is senior German MEP David McAllister, a dual British-German national and former leader of the Saxony region considered a potential successor to Angela Merkel. He...

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2018-07-09 Catherine NICHOLSON

Fake news fightback: Should and could disinformation be banned ?

You can call it misinformation, spin, or more recently, fake news. The phenomenon that’s become an obsession in the era of social media is – for French President Emmanuel Macron...

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2018-07-02 Catherine NICHOLSON

Greek FM on migration: 'We need European solutions, not bilateral ones'

This week we're on the sidelines of the latest EU summit, where major themes include the migration crisis and the eurozone economy. Our guest is Geórgios Katroúgalos, the foreign...

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