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Europe-wide alert system to warn when weapons or explosives are stolen

The talks are part of European efforts to strengthen security and reform the content-wide crime-fighting body Europol to better fight terrorism and organised crime, Spanish Interior Minister Jose Antonio Alonso has said. Interior ministers from Britain, France, Germany, Italy and Spain have met to discuss sharing information on terror suspects and setting up a Europe-wide alert system to warn each other when weapons or explosives are stolen. The two-day gathering of top security officials from the European Union’s five most populous nations will also consider a proposal for a common national identity card system and exchanging data on airline passengers. Full Story

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