Foreign terrorists targeted by UN

24 October 2014

The international community is looking at how best to prevent individuals from travelling to foreign countries to fight for terrorist organizations.

In Syria and Iraq, a number of people from other countries have been identified as fighting alongside the ISIL or Islamic State radical group.

In September the UN Security Council adopted a resolution that requires all Member States to take strong measures against foreign terrorist fighters.

Work has begun on identifying just how to make the resolution a reality on the ground.

Jean-Paul Laborde is the Executive Director of the Counter-Terrorism Executive Directorate (CTED).

Cristina Silveiro asked him what needs to be done.

Duration 2’06”


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