Having received the full backing of the European Commission's support, Eurojust, the EU's agency for judicial cooperation, launched on 5 September a Counter-Terrorism Register, to help each EU country quickly exchange information about any potential terrorist activities.
The EU's 28 members already share information about terror suspects who are under criminal investigation or who have been prosecuted in their own countries.
The new register will now enable the bloc to efficiently track te...
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