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Posts Tagged ‘counter terrorism’

Attorney general insists US needs flexibility in terror war, including use of criminal courts – Washington Post

According to the Washington Post, on November 8, 2011, Attorney General Eric Holder testified before Congress that the United States needed "flexibility to prosecute terror suspects in criminal courts." Speaking before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Holder argued "We need to use all elements of American power in the fight against terrorism, our military power, our […]

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Ban opens UN forum with call for enhanced global cooperation against terrorism – United Nations

On September 19, 2011, the United Nations reported that UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon kicked off the Symposium on International Counter-terrorism Cooperation at the UN 66th General Assembly. Alluding to the limits of fighting terrorism individually, the Secretary General stated "Effective counter-terrorism requires a combination of social, educational, economic and political tools that target those […]

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