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Security blitz as Olympics loom

A massive security operation is under way ahead of the opening of the Winter Olympic Games in Turin, northern Italy. Authorities are spending more than $100m (£57m) on security, with 15,000 police officers being deployed. There will be a no-fly zone over the city as 15 heads of state attend Friday’s opening ceremony. On Thursday, the Olympic flame was diverted in Turin to avoid protests over a planned local high-speed rail link and over spending on the Games. Full Story

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