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Nato to boost terror co-operation

Nato foreign ministers have agreed a series of measures to fight terrorism, including more sharing of intelligence. The decision – on the day the alliance officially welcomed seven new members – comes three weeks after the Madrid bombings that killed 191 people. Speaking in Brussels, US Secretary of State Colin Powell urged Nato to consider a new role in Iraq after a local government takes power in July. But the German and French ministers immediately rejected his call. Full Story

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