Since the Paris attacks security firms are finding themselves increasingly sought after. When police cannot provide the required protection, private specialists step into the breach.
Vocational schools that train security guards are also profiting.
Compulsory fingerprinting in ID cards are aimed at countering terrorism in the bloc. A media report suggests the EU Commission will propose the measure as part of its security concept on Tuesday.
Three militia members have been convicted of plotting to bomb a Somali apartment complex and mosque in the US state of Kansas. Prosecutors described the plot as an act of domestic terrorism.
Following the recent attack in Münster, Stammtisch this week takes a look at Germany's domestic security, as well as political reaction to security breaches and terror. Also joining hosts Damien McGuinness and Michaela Küfner this week are New York Times correspondent Melissa Eddy and The Economist's Jeremy Cliffe to give you your weekly fill of political chatter.
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