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Interpol tackles bioterror threat

Police chiefs gathered at an Interpol conference were urged to battle harder against the menace of an attack with biological agents, feared to be the weapon of the future for terrorists. The international community must “redouble its efforts” against the bio-terrorist threat, French Interior Minister Dominique de Villepin told more than 400 delegates from at least 120 countries at the Interpol headquarters in Lyon. Stronger measures were required “not only because it brings to bear especially odious risks on our societies, but because it could be the step in the evolution of terrorism,” he said. Full Story

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