Some of the editors attending lead such a dangerous life that they keep on changing the places where they sleep, in order not to become targets. Others were discussing the right balance as to how to report a terrorist attack without causing panic amongst media consumers. After all most journalists and media consider themselves as gatekeepers and leaders in their societies. “The ever-changing face of terrorism has to be addressed internationally, through cross-border operations”, said Christoph Plate, director of KAS Media Africa. And terrorism expert Abdoulaye Bah from Mauretania added, that to look back in history, to analyze terrorism in the Middle East or in Somalia can enable societies threatened today to find the right answers.