In the wake of the Brussels bombings, security authorities in Europe were criticized for not sharing information about possible terror attacks. Bernd Riegert asked EU Counter-Terrorism Coordinator Gilles de Kerchove if that criticism is justified.
British Prime Minister Theresa May will deliver a speech in Florence to help overcome the deadlock in Brexit talks. She is expected to propose a divorce settlement payment, but will it be enough to satisfy Brussels?
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.
A counter-terrorism prosecutor in France says a man arrested after police raided an apartment near Paris had a direct connection with the terror group "Islamic State." Authorities found bomb-making ingredients there.
A 2016 survey showed a clear majority of Europeans want the EU to do more to tackle terrorism. Its anti-terror chief Gilles de Kerchove tells DW that while many plots have already been stopped, more attacks are likely.
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