Home-grown terrorism is one of the concerns of the participants of a major counter-terrorism conference being held in Berlin. Some 300 experts will be working hard to find solutions. The conference is focusing on the role of women and young people.
The African Union has said up to 6,000 Africans who fought for the so-called Islamic State jihadist group in Iraq and Syria could return home. DW spoke to security analyst Ryan Cummings on the implications.
Even as terrorism-related deaths drop dramatically in some parts of the world, fatalities in OECD countries have reached a 16-year high. Research Director of the Global Terrorism Index Daniel Hyslop tells DW why.
UK domestic intelligence has arrested two men over plans to kill Prime Minister May, local media has said. At the same time, an independent review found that the terror attack in Manchester might have been avoided.
In the wake of deadly attacks in Germany and across Europe, the federal government has boosted its security and anti-terror laws. DW looks at the powers German authorities have at their disposal to combat terrorism.
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