Terror attacks on Charlie Hebdo, the Jewish Museum in Brussels, Madrid commuter trains, and now the latest in Paris all have links to one Brussels neighbourhood. Molenbeek has a diverse immigrant population and suffers from high unemployment as some 40 percent of young people there are out of work.

It also has sent a higher proportion of its residents to fight in Syria than anywhere else in Europe.

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