Spain to push for better counter-terrorism coordination in Europe

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August 25, 2017 15:10
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MADRID - Spain's Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said on Friday he would ask a summit attended by French, Spanish, Italian and German leaders next Monday to discuss how European cooperation on counter-terrorism efforts could be improved.

Fifteen people died last week in twin attacks by Islamist militants in the Spanish region of Catalonia.

Rajoy told a news conference he wanted European Union partners to "analyze the current cooperation mechanisms ... and look at options to boost them and improve them."

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