International Law Enforcers Support More Cooperation

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In the days since the United States raised its terror alert level, other nations announce apparent gains in the war on terrorism. International law enforcement agencies say they want more sharing of information between countries, more often. NPR's Scott Simon talks with Ronald Noble, the secretary general of Interpol.

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