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Soldiers, surveillance part of Italy’s Olympic security plan

Paramilitary police in battle fatigues patrol narrow mountain roads and guard entrances to venues in Turin and in the nearby Alps. Out of sight, intelligence experts keep tabs on possible terrorists and other potential troublemakers. Less than a month before the start of the Feb. 10-26 Winter Olympics, Italian authorities are rolling out a massive security operation to protect the 2,500 athletes, 5,000 officials and one million spectators expected to attend the Turin Games. Full Story

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