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India's Singh says terrorists more united than their targets

Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh warned that terrorist networks were proving more adept at working together than the members of the international community they target. Highlighting what he described as a “democracy deficit” within the United Nations, Singh told world leaders at the UN General Assembly that the global war on terror lacked “substance and credibility.” “We speak about cooperation, but seem hesitant to commit ourselves to a global offensive to root out terrorism, with the pooling of resources, exchange of information (and) sharing of intelligence,” Singh said. “It is a sad reality that international networks of terror appear to cooperate more effectively among themselves than the democratic nations that they target,” he added. Full Story

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