Reports say at least one man opened fire with an automatic weapon at the Petit Cambodge restaurant, and there are reports of a hostage situation at the Paris Bataclan concert hall, located near the Charlie Hebdo office.
Tunisia’s president has a declared a state of emergency, just a little over a week since a massacre took place at tourist resort there. We discuss the latest developements as the government attempts to combat terrorism. And we speak to world renowned musician, Kinan Azmeh, who uses his music to draw attention to the ongoing crisis in Syria.
Chiquita Bananas is heading to court over their payments to the paramilitary group AUC (United Self-Defense Forces of Colombia). Journalist Steven Cohen is a journalist working in Medellin, Colombia who explains the intricacies of the case. Milos Stehlik also stops by to talk about two giants of cinema being honored at Doc Films and Weekend Passport feature a Bolivian film alongside an Armenian painting.
Belgian authorities continue to search for a man it says is the ringleader of a terrorism cell that was plotting attacks in Belgium. New arrests have also been made in Germany. We'll take a look at the future of EU counter-terrorism policies with Mark Singleton of the International Centre for Counter-Terrorism in the Hague