Europe's New Terror Policies Look Within

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The threat of domestic terrorism isn't new to Europe. Still, the reality of Islamic terror networks — and events such as the Madrid train bombings — have caused several European countries to review their anti-terrorism plans. NPR's Sylvia Poggioli reports.



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