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A warder closes the gate inside the men's building at the Fleury-Merogis prison, near Paris, in this May 14, 2014 file picture. The French investigation into last week's Paris shootings at satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo and a Jewish supermarket is exploring the possible role of Djamel Beghal, an Islamist suspected of first bringing the gunmen together and putting them on the path from impressionable youths to cold-blooded killers. While the 49-year-old Algerian has denied through his lawyer any involvement in the attacks, judicial and prison sources have described how two of the three gunmen nonetheless fell under his spell during a joint 2005 stretch in Fleury-Merogis and then pursued contacts with him after leaving prison. Picture taken May 14, 2014. REUTERS/Charles Platiau/File (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST) ©Reuters
Since the Paris attacks, France’s jails are under pressure to find ways of tackling Islamist extremism
– Tom Burgis
In an appalling failure, Lebanon’s politicians let terrorists turn a prison into a command centre
Iraqi security forces take part in training, as they prepare to fight against militants of the Islamic State, at a training camp on the outskirts of Mosul January 10, 2015 ©Reuters/Azad Lashkari
An end to the carnage may depend on an international deal with Iran

Jordan offers prisoner swap with Isis

Amman willing to free inmate in return for pilot

Islamist gunmen blast way into Tripoli hotel

Eight victims dead after raid on 5-star Corinthia

Kurds claim victory over Isis in Kobani

Forces claim to have wrested back control of Syrian border city

EU terror chief warns on returning jihadis

Official says jailing returnees an ‘invitation to radicalisation’

Yemen chaos puts drone strikes in doubt

Government failure against Houthi advances a problem for Obama

Japan condemns apparent Isis execution

Prime minister calls for immediate release of journalist

Oil drop ‘disastrous’ for anti-Isis fight

Hard-up Iraq is offered aid at UK talks to help fight jihadis

Pakistan bows to US with Haqqani ban

Stance hardens against militant groups after Peshawar attack

Japan battles to contain hostage crisis

Stands with west against terrorism while defending ‘non-military’ aid

Valls vows to tackle France’s ‘apartheid’

PM’s tone changes after immediate response to terror attacks

Isis threatens to kill Japanese hostages

Militant group releases video demanding $200m within 72 hours

The ‘war on terror’ is going backwards

Fight against jihadis now resembles a more conventional battle

Ex-spy chief warns Europe of Mideast threat

Former head of Britain’s MI6 says terror attacks show heightened dangers

Insurance fund to review terrorism cover

Payouts depend on property damage — leaving a gap over disruption

UK police step up patrols in Jewish areas

Move follows Paris attacks on Charlie Hebdo and kosher supermarket

Police arrest 15 in Belgium raids

Uniforms and guns found in security operation

Two killed in Belgian anti-terror raids

A dozen people arrested in Paris overnight

French security forces face hard choices

Paris killings raise questions over effectiveness of counter-terror policy

Images reveal scale of Boko Haram attacks

More than 3,700 structures damaged or destroyed

Turkish PM accuses papers of sedition

Davutoğlu hits out at publications showing Charlie cartoon

Arrest fuels French free speech debate

Double standards row as comedian Dieudonné is held over Facebook comments

UK imams call for restraint over Charlie

Muslims also urged to voice displeasure over magazine’s cover

Charlie Hebdo print run raised to 5m

Newsagents across France sell out of issue within minutes

US seeks Pakistan push against extremists

Kerry praises operations against Taliban but calls for wider campaign