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National Counter Terrorism Awareness Week

Scotland Yard police headquarters in London
Police in Britain launched the second national Counter Terrorism Awareness Week in a bid to remind the public of their key role in helping to prevent and protect the country from the threat of terrorism. Recent events in Paris have brought into sharp focus the type and scale of threat posed by international terrorism, and the relationship between the police an...

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