Charlie Hebdo, the November attacks on Paris, the Brussels bombings, and the Boston marathon attack are among the latest acts of terror to involve pairs of brothers. Psychologist John Horgan researches terrorist behavior.
The European Union's foreign ministers have gathered in Brussels for their first face-to-face talks since the coronavirus pandemic began. Top of the agenda are EU relations with Turkey and China's Hong Kong security law.
A group of Bangladeshi and European experts has recently met in Brussels to discuss how problems like religious fanaticism and immigration have affected not only South Asia, but also people in Europe and North America.
The suspect was reportedly seen acting suspiciously near the US Embassy in Brussels. He has been charged with an attempted terrorist attack, but denies any involvement.
Fearing war on their doorstep, EU foreign ministers have agreed to find ways to defuse tensions between the US and Iran. They also focused on conflicts in the wider region and again sought to salvage Iran's nuclear deal.
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