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Starter's gun for Olympic security

Like fans hearing the crack of a starter’s gun in the 100 meter dash, bombs set off in the heart of Athens on Tuesday turned the world’s eyes to security measures planned by Greece as the 2004 Summer Olympics return to their native land. Despite assurances by Greek Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis that the bombs were “an isolated incident which does not affect whatsoever the safety of the Olympic preparation,” reports CTV (Canadian TV), the incident only heightened persistent concerns that Greece will not be up to the task of providing safety for the participants and spectators attending the Games. Full Story

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