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21 November 2015
Ben Rylan looks back at how last week’s events in Paris were covered by Monocle 24. Plus tecently released Al-Jazeera journalist Mohamed Fahmy discusses why prison can be the perfect incubator for extremism, the UK’s former anti-terror adviser explains why freedom of movement in Europe is effectively over and we visit AFP’s Brussels bureau.
21 November 2015
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