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Mothers trained to tackle extremism in children
A training school for Muslim mothers to teach them how to spot the first signs their children are being radicalised by extremists has been started in Austria.
Fifty women have already graduated from the school run by the organisation "Frauen ohne Grenzen" (Women without Borders), where they learnt how certain behaviour traits - such as a child speaking about 'proper Muslims' or no longer listening to music - could be signs of radicalisation.
Organisers also say that it is critical children are not left alone when they start to isolate themselves, and that they are listened to.
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