Since the failed coup in Turkey, there are on average 200 refugees a day arriving in Greece. But the world's media has gone home.
To overreact to what happened in Paris – to indulge in grandiose declarations about wars between civilisations or to turn Britain into a surveillance state – would further encourage the terrorists to believe that they are winning. They are not.
Among the breathless analysis following the Charlie Hebdo shooting, there's no comforting narrative of "us v them".
An uncivil liberty.
The European Parliament must back ambitious commitments to end extreme poverty.
The response to the inexcusable murder of Charlie Hebdo’s staff has proved that many liberals are guilty of double standards when it comes to giving offence.
How fragile the belief of an Islamist must be if he feels threatened by a stupid caricature in a weekly satirical newspaper, says the Slovenian philosopher.
Visiting a job-shop in a Salford suburb, we learn why the government's current benefits sanctions need to be reformed.
By targeting the French magazine, the attackers were able to deepen already profound rifts in French society and establish an atmosphere ripe for the recruitment of alienated youths.
Coordinated assaults by the French police have killed the gunmen behind Wednesday's attack on Charlie Hebdo magazine, and a gunman holding hostages in a Jewish supermarket.
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