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Problems with EU's counter-terrorism strategy

Police and forensic police officers work on the scene of a shooting in Liege, Belgium, after a gunman on May 29, 2018 shot dead two female police officers with their own weapons before killing a bystander in a brazen suspected terror attack in Belgium, briefly taking a hostage at a school before being killed by police. (AFP)

Jerome Hughes
Press TV, Brussels

Elements of the EU's counter-terrorism strategy have been criticized in a new report published by the European Court of Auditors. The report calls for greater cooperation between the EU nations in a bid to tackle the problem of radicalization Press TV's Brussels correspondent Jerome Hughes reports. 

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