The Mecca of radicalisation
As threat grows from radicalised Europeans returning home from fighting in Syria, Lina Kolesnikova calls for closer intelligence sharing between member nations to help identify suspects
On 24 May 2014, a gunman shot dead two women and a man (they were an Israeli couple in their 50s, and a French female volunteer) at the Jewish Museum in Brussels. A fourth man, who was seriously wounded, died several days later in the emergency room. The attacker had arrived by car, got out, fired on people at the museum entrance, and returned to the vehicle that then sped away. He was . . .