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Brussels bombing

Brussels was hit by two major terrorist attacks this week. Two explosions took place at an airport and then another at a metro station in the city centre leaving 31 dead and 270 people injured. Getting to grips with who the perpetrators were and which of them may still be alive, has proved a challenge for Belgian police and media - this is what we know so far. The terrorist group ISIS claimed responsibility for the attacks, but just who are ISIS and what do they want?  


All three of the Brussels bombers had known links to the group behind the terrorist attacks in Paris, meaning Belgian intelligence agencies were aware of them. In response to the attacks, the UK has increased its security in London, this all comes at a time when they are also trying to extend surveillance powers under the Investigatory Powers Bill. But the question still remains will these powers prevent a terrorist attack in London? Funnily enough we’re making a documentary about just this, it’s called The Haystack and challenges both GCHQ and civil liberties experts on surveillance in our State. Find out how you can support us and be part of the conversation by clicking here.

Tweets, flags and a whole load of iconic monuments light up for Brussels


The recent events in Brussels have sparked debate on social media and in newsrooms across the world about the difference in response to other terrorist attacks that have taken place recently. A whole host of European leaders showed their solidarity with Belgium by illuminating landmarks or raising Belgium's national flag above government buildings. But such action has got people asking where’s the solidarity with most recently Turkey and other non European countries when similar atrocities take place?  

Obama’s Vacay to Cuba

Obama made a trip to Cuba and it was kind of a big deal. He’s the first US president to visit in almost 90 years. Cuba and the United States have a had a rocky history. It has a little something to do with Cuba having a communist revolution back in the 1950s and the US not being too happy about the relationship between the Cubans and the Russians. The Americans placed a freeze on diplomacy and some hefty economic sanctions. But now it’s all hunkydory, sort of, the US embassy is open again in Cuba’s capital, and the two neighbouring nations should start trading and travelling again soon. Happy days?

Heard of Boaty McBoatface?


The Natural Environment Research Council got a snazzy new boat recently and in an effort to make the naming process more collaborative they asked the public what they should name the £200 polar research vessel. By far the most popular choice at the moment is Boaty McBoatface with almost 30,000 votes. Polling closes on 16th April...speak now or forever hold your peace.
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