Terror in France: What can be done to tackle extremism? | 29 October 2020


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Three people have died, including one who is thought to have been decapitated, in a suspected terror attack in Nice, France.
It’s the latest in a series of terror-related incidents in the country in recent years.
As more people are killed by extremists, what steps can French authorities take to tackle terrorism?
And just two weeks on from the beheading of teacher Samuel Paty over a caricature of the Prophet Muhammad, is this a reaction to freedom of expression?
On this edition of the Sky News Daily podcast, host Jayne Secker is joined by Dr Emma El-Badawy, the head of research at the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change, to talk about France's cultural row and author Mick Hume discusses the impact these attacks have on free speech.
Plus our Europe correspondent Adam Parsons has latest on the incidents unfolding in France.
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