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Egyptian police detained Italian student prior to murder

Egyptian police detained Italian student prior to murder
businessinsider.com — (Reuters) - An Italian student who was tortured and murdered in Egypt had been detained by police and then transferred to a compound run by Homeland Security the day he vanished, intelligence and police sources say. The claims contradict the official Egyptian account that security services had not arrested him.

How Europe built fences to keep people out

How Europe built fences to keep people out
aol.com — BRUSSELS, April 4 - In early March, Europe's migration chief Dimitris Avramopoulos squelched through a muddy refugee camp on Greece's border with Macedonia and peered through the barbed-wire topped fence that stands between tens of thousands of migrants in Greece and richer countries that lie to the north.

How Europe built walls to keep people out

How Europe built walls to keep people out
reuters.com — BRUSSELS - In early March, Europe's migration chief Dimitris Avramopoulos squelched through a muddy refugee camp on Greece's border with Macedonia and peered through the barbed-wire topped fence that stands between tens of thousands of migrants in Greece and richer countries that lie to the north.

Insight - How Europe built fences to keep people out

Insight - How Europe built fences to keep people out
uk.reuters.com — BRUSSELS In early March, Europe's migration chief Dimitris Avramopoulos squelched through a muddy refugee camp on Greece's border with Macedonia and peered through the barbed-wire topped fence that stands between tens of thousands of migrants in Greece and richer countries that lie to the north.

How Europe built fences to keep people out

How Europe built fences to keep people out
news.yahoo.com — By Gabriela Baczynska and Sara Ledwith BRUSSELS (Reuters) - In early March, Europe's migration chief Dimitris Avramopoulos squelched through a muddy refugee camp on Greece's border with Macedonia and peered through the barbed-wire topped fence that stands between tens of thousands of migrants in Greece and richer countries that lie to the north.

How Europe built fences to keep people out

How Europe built fences to keep people out
reuters.com — BRUSSELS In early March, Europe's migration chief Dimitris Avramopoulos squelched through a muddy refugee camp on Greece's border with Macedonia and peered through the barbed-wire topped fence that stands between tens of thousands of migrants in Greece and richer countries that lie to the north.

How Europe built fences to keep people out

How Europe built fences to keep people out
dailymail.co.uk — BRUSSELS, April 4 (Reuters) - In early March, Europe's migration chief Dimitris Avramopoulos squelched through a muddy refugee camp on Greece's border with Macedonia and peered through the barbed-wire topped fence that stands between tens of thousands of migrants in Greece and richer countries that lie to the north.

Insight - In Britain, teachers learn how to tackle extremists

Insight - In Britain, teachers learn how to tackle extremists
uk.reuters.com — BIRMINGHAM, England Birmingham school principal Kamal Hanif recently gave a group of parents a presentation about how extremists use social media to recruit young people. When he mentioned Facebook, some of the parents, mainly Muslim mothers, raised their hands to show they had never heard of the site.

In Britain, teachers learn how to tackle extremists

In Britain, teachers learn how to tackle extremists
reuters.com — For extremists, he told them, that ignorance is a weapon. "If you're not speaking to your child and being very open with them, they've got no-one to go to." Hanif is in a good position to know. A decade ago, he became the first Muslim head of a high school in Birmingham.

In Britain, teachers learn how to tackle extremists

In Britain, teachers learn how to tackle extremists
dailymail.co.uk — BIRMINGHAM, England, Sept 9 (Reuters) - Birmingham school principal Kamal Hanif recently gave a group of parents a presentation about how extremists use social media to recruit young people. When he mentioned Facebook, some of the parents, mainly Muslim mothers, raised their hands to show they had never heard of the site.
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Apr 22, 2016

Gunshots on a New Orleans bridge, and the decade-long road to justice reut.rs/26iYyea via @Reuters

Apr 21, 2016

Egyptian police detained Italian student before his murder - sources reut.rs/26gLSob via @Reuters #GiulioRegeni

Apr 11, 2016

RT @specialreports: An alleged drug-smuggling florist – and the police hot on his scent: reuters.com/investigates/s… via @specialreports https:pic.twitter.com/CJqABo9jZF/t.co/CJqABo9jZF

Apr 05, 2016

RT @selamgkidan: 12/ Now people are taking boats from Libya to Italy – is history repeating itself? See the full story here reut.rs/1WHBxLqt7PnBAY


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