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EU security czar pledges more backing in terror fight

Europe's new security commissioner Julian King on Tuesday praised EU members for their work in beefing up security, as he pledged more backing from Brussels to fight the growing terror threat. EU member states have done "a lot of work in this area. But that doesn't mean that there isn't a real job to be done at the EU level," King told a press conference in The Hague. "There is work to be done to close down the space in which terrorists can be active," the continent's security czar said, including through introducing new legislation and tackling radicalisation.
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