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EU, ASEAN pledge joint terrorism fight

Foreign ministers from the European Union and the Association of South East Asian Nations agreed Tuesday to step up the fight against international terrorism. The ministers said their countries would share sensitive information, strengthen links between law enforcement agencies and support the work of the International Criminal Court. The ministers described terrorism as a “profound threat to stability, peace and security in our regions and beyond.” Both European and Southeast Asian states have been hit by terrorist attacks since the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on the United States. Last year, a bomb in a Balinese nightclub killed nearly 200 people, mostly foreign tourists. Authorities in Paris and London have recently conducted raids that they say revealed a network of active terrorist cells in Europe. Full Story

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