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Terrorism

Manchester: grief, grit and greatness

in Society/Travel

The city that’s given us music greats once gave me great comfort, and is also an example of resilience.

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Eilenburg and the terrorist next door

in Opinion/Politics

When al-Bakr looked out the window, he would have seen the glorious Eilenburg Castle. I went around to investigate what he was like.

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How do we tackle online hate speech?

in Opinion/Society

A disturbing picture is emerging, of a government forced to resort to censorship – and related arrests – in the face of fear.

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When a terrorism suspect sleeps over

in Community/Politics/Society
Paunsdorf, Leipzig neighborhood where terrorism suspect was caught on Oct. 9. Photo by Ana Ribeiro.
Paunsdorf, Leipzig neighborhood where terrorism suspect was caught on Oct. 9. Photo by Ana Ribeiro.

We went by the house of the Syrians who caught the terrorism suspect in Paunsdorf, but left with more questions than answers.

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Opinion: Why we are responsible for Brussels

in Glocal/Opinion/Politics

“It is an obvious problem that those feeling ostracised by society turn into suicidal assassins.”

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Paris Attacks: The media debacle involving a female terrorism suspect

in Opinion/Politics

I strongly condemn and am devastated by the recent terrorist attacks in France, in Lebanon, in Egypt and elsewhere. But I felt that I could not be silent about one of the latest examples of shoddy, irresponsible, salacious media coverage, related to the attacks. And in times like these, when panic is widespread, when violence and hatred and prejudice especially beget more violence and hatred and prejudice, this type of coverage is especially dangerous.

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