Terrorisme: la collaboration franco-belge décryptée par le juge antiterroriste Marc Trévidic

Le juge antiterroriste français Marc Trévidic décrit la manière dont la France et la Belgique s’entraident dans les dossiers djihadistes. Interview.

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FILE - This Thursday, Feb. 28, 2013 file photo shows French Investigating Judge Marc Trevidic as he addresses reporter during an interview with the Associated Press in Paris. France’s top terror judge says Europe’s combustible mix of experienced extremist fighters and young jihadis looking to join the fighting in Syria poses new dangers for a continent ill-equipped to trace hundreds of people newly radicalized and trained in warfare. Marc Trevidic, whose former bodyguard was among 20 dead in three days of attacks around Paris, spoke to the Associated Press in an interview Wednesday Jan. 21, 2015, two weeks after the massacre in the Charlie Hebdo offices. (AP Photo/Remy de la Mauviniere, File)
FILE - This Thursday, Feb. 28, 2013 file photo shows French Investigating Judge Marc Trevidic as he addresses reporter during an interview with the Associated Press in Paris. France’s top terror judge says Europe’s combustible mix of experienced extremist fighters and young jihadis looking to join the fighting in Syria poses new dangers for a continent ill-equipped to trace hundreds of people newly radicalized and trained in warfare. Marc Trevidic, whose former bodyguard was among 20 dead in three days of attacks around Paris, spoke to the Associated Press in an interview Wednesday Jan. 21, 2015, two weeks after the massacre in the Charlie Hebdo offices. (AP Photo/Remy de la Mauviniere, File) ©AP
Le juge antiterroriste français Marc Trévidic décrit la manière dont la France et la Belgique s’entraident dans les dossiers djihadistes.

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