Italian authorities, fearing a possible terrorist attack on the Winter Olympics in Turin, are conducting surveillance on “numerous” people through telephone wiretaps and other intelligence operations, an Italian security official said Tuesday. Luigi Rinella, the Italian police’s liaison with the U.S. government, said those under surveillance included suspected Islamic militants, but he stressed that anti-globalization protesters and anarchists could also make trouble during the February 10-26 Games. Full Story
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