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# Radical
Bernard Laporte wants an annual Club World Cup instead of the Champions Cup
The French Rugby Federation president says ‘it could be a breath of fresh air for the whole of world rugby.’
# Terrorism
Why does a person become radicalised? That's the million dollar question
We speak to experts and a young man who wanted to travel to Syria.
# Going Solo
Newport Gwent Dragons announce 'bold' decision to become independent club
The club’s board held a meeting today to discuss radical new plans.
Voices
How we could abolish all welfare and introduce a basic income for everyone
A basic income is a regular payment from the state, granted to all on an individual basis, without means test or work requirement. Here’s how it could be implemented in Ireland.
# going clear
The Church of Scientology is not happy about this film which claims it tortures its members
The Alex Gibey directed film went out last night on HBO in the US.
# Crusading Prince
Prince Charles is "alarmed" by the radicalisation of young Muslim men
The heir to the throne also voiced concern about Christians fleeing the Middle East in droves.
# Extradition
UK: Approved extradition deal will see radical cleric surrendered after 20 year fight
Jordan’s parliament has approved an agreement with Britain on the extradition of suspects – including notorious radical cleric Abu Qatada who has been fighting extradition to Jordan to face terrorism charges, claiming he may be tortured there.
# Investigation
Man arrested after French soldier stabbed in the neck
Sources close to the investigation said the 22-year-old man arrested was a supporter of radical Islam.
# Radical
Felix Baumgartner: I believe in dictatorships
The record-breaking parachutist believes that ‘you can’t do anything in a democracy,’ but thankfully isn’t entering politics.
# France
French police arrest 10 in crackdown on radicals
Nicolas Sarkozy has been accused of ramping up raids in order to win votes in a tight election as his high-profile crackdown on radical Islamists continues.
# Terrorism
4 men admit al-Qaida inspired plot to blow up London Stock Exchange
Prosecutors say the men had discussed a “Mumbai-style” atrocity and had planned to send mail bombs to various targets.