Anti-terror measures won’t target race, religion

Anti-terror measures won’t target race, religion


The European Union last week - in a statement marking the fifth anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks on the US - said that while the fight against terrorism is a priority for the bloc, any measures taken must comply with international law. The EU “solemnly remembers the many victims, renews its sympathy to their families and friends, and reiterates its condemnation of all forms of terrorism,” the EU’s Finnish presidency said. Finland currently runs the rotating presidency of the 25-nati...


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