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Ken Livingstone
Blair proposes strict anti-terrorism measures

LONDON - With his nation still bruised from last month's bombings, British Prime Minister Tony Blair announced yesterday tougher anti-terrorism measures that include shutting down radical mosques and deporting Islamic clerics who preach violence and hate. The plan is a broad attempt to isolate religious extremists while giving wider powers to British counterterrorism forces in a country increasingly unnerved by militants. The proposals are an indication that the recent attacks on London's transit system, which killed 52 people July 7, have forced the government to reexamine the line between civil rights and national security. "Let no one be in any doubt," Blair said...

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