EU nations agree on new rules to combat racism

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April 19, 2007 18:42

European Union nations agreed Thursday to new rules to combat racism and hate crimes across the 27-nation bloc, including setting jail sentences against those who deny or trivialize the Holocaust. A compromise deal on the rules was reached by EU justice and interior ministers after nearly six years of negotiations, officials said.


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