NEWS & ANALYSIS

EU Proposes New Antiterrorism Laws

New proposal concentrates on terrorists using the Internet and mandating more passenger information for those flying to or from EU states.

Italian Police Capture Mafia Boss But Crime Flourishes in Italy

The arrest of Salvatore Lo Piccolo is a rare success in the fight against the Sicilian Mafia, which has shown its resilience over the years.

Head of MI-5 Says Al Qaeda Grooming British Homegrown Terrorists

British intelligence has identified 2,000 people with links to international terrorism.

EU to Outlaw Internet Terrorism

Measure seeks to shut down "virtual training camps."

Foreign Fighters Replenishing Taliban Forces in Afghanistan

Foreign militants are more extreme and violent many say.

Intelligence Budget Released

The intelligence community discloses one of its most tightly guarded secrets.

Dutch Proposal to Try Guantánamo Detainees

An unconventional new idea to give terrorist suspects their day in court.

Organized Crime is Another Threat to Iraq, Says Top General

Success against al Qaeda has given way to nonsectarian crimes.

Mexican Gangs May Have Bombed Pemex

Drug cartels are becoming more violent and more politicized, creating a critical challenge for the Mexican and U.S. governments.

Not So Clean in Chile

A new report faults Chile for not prosecuting Chilean companies engaging in bribery abroad.
 




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