As part of an effort to streamline information gathering within the EU concerning anti-terrorist activities, European Union members are, as of December 28, obliged to create a report in the Schengen Information System (SIS) to help apprehend potential terror suspects when they attempt to cross into the Schengen Zone.

While EU members Ireland and Cyprus are not yet parts of the Schengen area, 26 of the EU's 28 members, including 4 associated countries Switzerland, Norway, Liechtenstein, and Ic...


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