Accessibility links

Dateline: Africa's Role in the Anti-Terrorism Coalition - 2001-10-22


Several African heads of state, along with delegates from 28 African countries, met in Senegal. There they discussed anti-terrorism strategies in the wake of the September 11 attacks in the United States.

Senegalese President Abdoulaye Wade proposed creating an all-African anti-terrorist coordinator, with representatives in each participating country. This edition of Dateline examines Africa's special role in the fight against global terrorism. Here's Carol Castiel.

If you prefer, you may download a copy of this report for later listening.

Every Monday through Friday Dateline examines an issue in the news. Listen to these recent Dateline programs:

Russia--Partner, Opponent or Bystander?
Homeland Security
Afghan Opposition
Attack Against Terrorism
New York Drop-In Center
Civil Liberties and Terrorism
Harassment of Muslims and Arab-Americans
US Need for Support from Moderate Arab States
The Cost of Terrorism
A Declaration of War
The Middle East Peace Process and Terrorism

XS
SM
MD
LG