EU unveils new security strategy
Four months after the Charlie Hebdo attacks, EU officials have unveiled a proposed security strategy for the 28-member bloc.
The European Commission (EC) presented its plans at a meeting in Strasbourg on Tuesday.
Its new strategy paper proposes an anti-terror centre to help national security agencies in tracking suspicious bank accounts and extremist websites.
The paper, called “The European agenda for security,” was not a concrete proposal for a new law, which would require the approval of E…
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