Despite terrorist attacks in the past, Morocco has seen relatively little fundamentalist violence in the last few years. Many attribute that to measures taken by King Mohammed VI. However others are not convinced. DW investigates.
The families of two Americans killed in a 2012 terror attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, Libya, claim that Hillary Clinton was responsible for their deaths. Clinton was Secretary of State at the time.
Until the Barcelona terrorist attacks, it seemed as if Spain were almost immune to anti-Islamic sentiments. But the number of Islamophobic incidents has increased dramatically since then, and Spanish Muslims are worried.
France is increasingly clamping down on suspected terrorists to prevent further terror attacks. But legal experts say the government is eroding the rule of law. Lisa Louis reports from Paris.
Australia's parliament has passed a law to strip dual nationals of their citizenship for terrorism-related offenses. An estimated 110 Australians are believed to be fighting with the "Islamic State" (IS).
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