Copenhagen attacks challenge soft Nordic approach to radicals

Known for a soft approach to security that emphasises helping radical Muslim youths with housing and jobs, Denmark may face pressure after the Copenhagen attacks to prioritise tougher laws and more resources for the police.

Radicals barred from Jerusalem ahead of pope visit

Police have barred several Israeli extremists from Jerusalem ahead of Pope Francis`s visit to the Holy Land.

To highlight plight of Sikhs, radicals to hold march

Some radical Sikh outfits on Sunday said they would hold a rally next month in Jalandhar in Punjab demanding bringing to justice the perpetrators of the 1984 anti-Sikh riots.

Environmental factors may benefit radicals in Pak

A Congressional report has warned US lawmakers that environmental factors including unresolved water dispute with India would lead to greater recruitment for radical Islamist groups in that country.

New face of terror: radicalised in US, trained in Pakistan

Almost nine years after the Sep 11 2001 terror attacks, a worrying number of American citizens and longtime US residents are becoming radicalised and training to be terrorists in Pakistan, US counter-terrorism officials say.

Appeasement of radicals responsible for violence: CPI

The Punjab CPI on Sunday said that yesterday`s violence in Ludhiana was the direct result of the policy of appeasement pursued by Akali-BJP government towards radical Sikh organisations in the state.