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News from Western Europe, Tuesday 12th March 2013

EUROPE Deutsche Welle: Roma: more integration through education. ‘Despite democratic transformations in Eastern Europe, more than 10 million Roma face discrimination, especially in education. Change has been slow, although education is a key factor in overcoming poverty. It was during his first few days at school that Nedjo Osman found out he was different than […]

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The “War on Terror” on Campus

The suggestion that universities in the United Kingdom might provide useful environments for nurturing a younger generation of violent Islamists has started to gain some traction. Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab – known as the ‘underpants bomber’ was sentenced to life imprisonment in February 2012 for attempting to detonate a bomb as his flight was due to […]

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Terrorism: the state of play

It has now been over a year since Osama bin Laden’s death, not a bad time to assess the status of terrorist activity around the world. [i]  Where do things stand at the end of 2012? In much of the western world terrorism, as we have come to understand it, has largely passed from the […]

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