U.S. Embassies And Terrorism Ted Clark reports that as the U.S. broadens its war against terrorism, its embassies have begun to monitor how well other governments cooperate with the U.S. anti-terrorism efforts. The data, which many governments would rather remained confidential, will be published in the State Department's annual report on terrorism.
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Ted Clark reports that as the U.S. broadens its war against terrorism, its embassies have begun to monitor how well other governments cooperate with the U.S. anti-terrorism efforts. The data, which many governments would rather remained confidential, will be published in the State Department's annual report on terrorism.