CEP in den Medien

CEP in den Medien

  • Menace terroriste: il est urgent que les plateformes numériques prennent leurs responsabilités

    L‘Express | November 16, 2021
    Cela fait maintenant deux mois que le procès pour l'histoire des attentats de Paris du 13 novembre 2015 a débuté. La semaine dernière, c'est l'ancien président de la République François...
  • Europe should take action against Hezbollah's growing strength

    Euronews | October 15, 2021
    Last month, an EU Resolution on Lebanon brought the plight of the Mediterranean nation back into the European spotlight. After defaulting on its Eurobond debt last year, Lebanon is struggling...
  • Neue Studie: Wie sehr schaden Nazis online, die niemanden bedrohen?

    Belltower News | October 07, 2021
    Rechtsextremismus online ist ein Ärgernis, eine Bedrohung – und ein Geschäft. Muss das sein? Das diskutiert das Counter Extremism Project in seiner Untersuchung „Wo Wölfe Kreide fressen – Die rechtsextreme...
  • Wie Neonazis mit Facebook Geld verdienen

    RP Online | September 30, 2021
    The social media platform repeatedly emphasizes that it deletes extremist content. However, research shows that many profiles of right-wing groups are still active today. From the point of view of...
  • Neo-Nazis are still on Facebook. And they’re making money

    AP | September 25, 2021
    BRUSSELS (AP) — It’s the premier martial arts group in Europe for right-wing extremists. German authorities have twice banned their signature tournament. But Kampf der Nibelungen, or Battle of the...
  • Commentary by Dr. Hans-Jakob Schindler: Don’t Recognize the Same Old Taliban

    Wall Street Journal | September 23, 2021
    The new government in Kabul isn’t Version 2 and doesn’t belong in the United Nations.
  • Afghan terror training camps ‘could cause wave of attacks in Europe in five years’

    The National | September 13, 2021
    Experts fear Afghanistan will again become a haven for terrorist training camps and that Europe could face a wave of attacks in five years’ time. Since 9/11, more than 30...
  • Counterterrorist Financing, Still a Work in Progress 20 Years After 9/11, Now a Lower Priority

    ACAMS | September 10, 2021
    In retrospect, the 9/11 hijackers’ expenditures after they arrived in the U.S. in early 2000 until they crashed commercial jets into the World Trade Center, Pentagon and rural Pennsylvania on...
  • Rechtsextreme Finanzen: Wohin führen die Spuren des Neonazi-Geldes?

    Die ZEIT | September 01, 2021
    Geschickt verschleiern Rechtsextremisten ihre Geldflüsse. Eine neue Untersuchung zeigt: Große Summen werden strategisch investiert, die Finanzämter sind gefragt.
  • Why the Taliban, Armed to the Teeth, May Struggle to Defeat ISIS-K

    Newsweek | August 27, 2021
    After the United States withdrew most of its forces from Afghanistan and the Taliban quickly swept into power in August, the militants were left with many of the highest technology...

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On December 6, 2018, a suicide car bomb exploded near a police post in the Iranian port city of Chabahar, killing four officers and wounding 48 other people. Ansar al-Furqan, an al-Qaeda-linked Baloch insurgent group, claimed responsibility.

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