2 November Nov 2016 1435 02 November 2016
Mosul, children arriving at camps too terrified to speak
Children fleeing Mosul are arriving at camps petrified, struggling to express themselves, and in some cases too terrified to speak, say World Vision staff based just outside of the city
7 October Oct 2016 1043 07 October 2016
Poverty is not the engine of violent extremism
According to a World Bank study, the socio-economic conditions, poverty or any other sort of deprivations aren’t among the reasons due to which people join the extremist groups
18 May May 2016 0958 18 May 2016
Brexit consequences for Africa's future
What are the implications of the British referendum to leave the EU on Africa?
15 March Mar 2016 0939 15 March 2016
Migrants and refugees have rights!
The preview of the findings and proposals of the upcoming Caritas report "Migrants and refugees have rights! Impact of EU policies on accessing protection”.
29 February Feb 2016 1104 29 February 2016
Rough times for democratic change
The state and challenges of democracy and market economy in the world according to the findings of the Bertesmann Stiftung's Transformation Index (BTI) which has analyzed 129 developing and transformation countries biennially since 2006.
19 January Jan 2016 1125 19 January 2016
18,802 civilians killed in 21 months in Iraq
Staggering civilian death toll in Iraq according to a UN report that lays bare the enduring suffering of civilians in Iraq and illustrates what Iraqi refugees are attempting to escape from when they flee to Europe and other regions.
22 December Dec 2015 1043 22 December 2015
How to make counter narrative effective
Murat Seyrek, Senior Policy Advisor at The European Foundation for Democracy, shares his views on Isis social media propaganda trends and how to counter the Islamic State's messages
9 December Dec 2015 0952 09 December 2015
More Muslims are confronting the radicals
New voices on the block are speaking out against the fanatics and addressing the issues related to radicalization. The new trend of voices against radicalism are acknowledged by Zainab Al-Suwaij, co-founder of the American Islamic Congress (AIC).
22 November Nov 2015 0257 22 November 2015
Photos: Brussels lockdown on Saturday night
The streets of Brussels last night were tense and eerie. On the way into the city centre, the sound of cars was conspicuously absent. Salah Abdehslam has not been caught yet, and whilst the manhunt continues, Brussels remains on its highest level of terror alert.
19 November Nov 2015 1343 19 November 2015
EU-Africa: common challenges against terrorism
With the world focused on ISIS, there is little space in the news for anything other than the aftermath of the Paris attacks. However, in a report published by global affairs watchdog International Crisis Group (ICG), we are being warned of the growing threat of Al-Shabaab on the African continent. They are also offering some solutions.