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France's Macron urges stronger European anti-terror cooperation

AFP , Tuesday 23 May 2017
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French President Emmanuel Macron called Tuesday for stepped-up anti-terror cooperation between European countries in the wake of the Manchester attack claimed by the Islamic State group.

Macron went to the British embassy in Paris to sign a book of condolences for the 22 killed on Monday in the bombing and said he wanted to show "our desire to strengthen European cooperation in the fight against terrorism".

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