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Stopping terrorism requires tackling issues such as foreign fighters, border controls and cutting off funds. Learn about the EU’s counter terrorism policies.
MEPs have approved plans to give the EU Border and Coast Guard Agency a standing corps of 10,000 border guards by 2027 to boost Europe's security.
It will be harder for terrorists to get hold of the ingredients needed to build home-made explosives under new rules adopted by MEPs.
Temporary internal border checks within the Schengen area have been in place for three years. MEPs are pushing for clearer conditions for their use as a measure of last resort.
Internet use and the number of connected devices continue to increase, but so do cyber threats. Parliament has approved new legislation to improve your security.
Parliament's terrorism committee is proposing a range of new measures to tackle the threat, from addressing radicalisation, to tracking terrorist financing and helping victims.
The Schengen Information System is being reinforced to deliver more security to Europeans. Discover the improvements in our infographics.
Freezing and confiscating criminal proceeds is one of the best ways to fight crime. On 4 October MEPs approved new rules to make it easier and faster across the EU.
MEPs have rules to prevent money laundering as well as tougher checks on cash flows, which help to step up the fight against crime and terrorism.
The fight against terrorism is one of the EU’s priorities. Discover the key facts on terrorism in Europe and find out what the EU is doing to fight it.
The terrorist threat has changed in nature in recent years. Check our graph to see the evolution of attacks, deaths and arrests since 2014.
The Nato summit on 11-12 July is taking place amid mixed expectations. Will allies be able to demonstrate unity? We asked Ioan Mircea Paşcu, who was in charge of a report on EU and Nato.