Tuesday 22 August 2017

Europe can't allow likes of SF to delay crucial anti-terror laws

A mother is comforted by her children in Brussels after the March 23 attacks. Top right: German police on guard in Frankfurt Airport (Photos: Christopher Furlong/Getty, AP/Michael Probst)
A mother is comforted by her children in Brussels after the March 23 attacks. Top right: German police on guard in Frankfurt Airport (Photos: Christopher Furlong/Getty, AP/Michael Probst)

Brian Hayes

It's just three weeks since the Brussels bombings. We know that 32 innocent commuters were murdered that day and more than 300 were injured. Following the attacks, 80 people are still in hospital today.

These innocent people cannot be forgotten as Europe wonders what to do next.

No city is immune from these terror risks. Europe needs to come together and act together in facing down terrorism. We owe that at the very least to the victims.

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