06-Dec-2013 - Daily Mail
Battle-hardened jihadists who have fought alongside extremist Al Qaeda-linked rebels in Syria's civil war are returning to live among us in Europe, the EU's anti-terror chief has warned.
06-Dec-2013 - The Jakarta Post
In an effort to bolster security preparedness during this year’s Christmas and New Year’s celebrations, as well as during the 2014 elections, the Central Java Police on Thursday held a terrorism simulation in public on Jl. Jenderal Sudirman in Surakarta, in which dramatized shootings and robberies were played out.
06-Dec-2013 - BioPrepWatch
Interpol said on Thursday that the Integrated Border Management Task Force coordinated several screening training operations at strategic border points and in airports in 16 countries to increase security.
06-Dec-2013 - FoxNews
The European Union's anti-terror chief will tell EU interior ministers on Thursday about the "major security threat" that the increase of foreign fighters in Syria poses.
06-Dec-2013 - Time World
Key nations in Africa and Asia have agreed on a deal to curb the illegal ivory trade. Meeting in Botswana, top officials and experts from 30 countries adopted a "zero-tolerance approach," including measures such as maximum sentences and increased international cooperation, News24 reports.
04-Dec-2013 - Magharebia
As Tunisia faces mounting security challenges, a group of experts joined forces to carve out a brand new initiative to battle terrorism and support democracy. Security specialists and academics in Tunis on November 12th announced the creation of the Tunisian Centre for Global Security Studies.
Opinions & Perspectives
06-Dec-2013 - politics.co.uk
Our prime minister is right. There are those in our midst determined to undermine the best of our democracy. They seek to eliminate the rights and freedoms of ordinary people in the name of misguided ideology. They wear away at our justice system and the rule of law.
06-Dec-2013 - LiveMint
In highlighting at the Bali trade talks that food security is non-negotiable, India’s stand has raised an old debate: the limits to sovereignty in an interdependent and interlinked world.