The French government launched on Wednesday an “anti-jihadist” website to deter people from joining extremist groups, three weeks after a deadly terrorist attack on the Charlie Hebdo newspaper.
France launches ‘anti-jihadist’ website after Charlie Hebdo attack
The online platform aims to dissuade those who are seeking to join militant groups in Iraq and Syria. (Screenshot of the website)
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