More and more Tajiks are leaving their home to join so-called "Islamic State" and other extremist groups. DW correspondent Juri Rescheto has visited the former Soviet state to figure out why so many Tajik men start a new life as Islamic jihadists.
Panel discussions at the Munich Security Conference unanimously agreed that the terror group "Islamic State" remains a threat, even though it may have lost its "territory."
After the terrorist organization al Qaeda, now the so-called "Islamic State" is trying to expand its influence in Africa. Military means alone are not enough to fight it.
Controversy has broken out over an Indian anti-terror body's investigation of inter-faith marriages for "love jihad." There are claims that women are being lured to join terror outfits. Murali Krishnan reports.
The attack by an Uzbek man seems to indicate a growing terrorist threat from Central Asia. But Kyrgyzstan-based security expert Deirdre Tynan says the incident raises just as many questions for the US as for the region.
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