Britain Tightens Restrictions on Terror Suspects

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Britain announces sweeping changes to its post-Sept. 11 anti-terrorism laws. The new laws would allow authorities to hold people suspected of terrorism under house arrest, control their personal contacts and deny them access to telephones and the Internet.



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