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EU in no rush to replace ‘anti-terror’ chief despite bomb plots

Despite tensions in Britain over last weekend’s failed bomb plots, the European Union seems in no hurry to appoint a new “anti-terror” chief and even appears to doubt whether one is needed. The post was vacated for “personal reasons” in March by Gijs de Vries, a Dutch diplomat named the EU’s first-ever “counter-terrorism coordinator” in the wake of the Madrid train bombings in 2004. Full Story

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