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In Europe, terror trail leads to Algeria

Police in four countries have arrested more than 50 suspects in recent weeks. In an Arab butcher’s shop, near a mosque that British police recently burst open with battering rams, an Algerian with a goatee cautiously emerges from behind a curtain. “No one here will talk to you,” he says. “Not anymore.” Fear is a constant companion in Finsbury Park, a neighborhood teeming with young Muslims, and a mix of Arabic and African markets and shops. As Britain steps up the war on terror, these local Arabs, many of whom have lived in this country for years, fear they could mistakenly end up on a list of suspects and be thrown in jail for months under Britain’s new antiterror laws. Full Story

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