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EP President condemns terror attacks in Kuwait, Tunisia and France.

BRUSSELS, June 27 (KUNA) -- The President of the European Parliament has strongly condemned yesterday's terror attacks in Kuwait, Tunisia and France. "Terrorists seek to divide people, to stir up hatred and fear: they will not succeed," he said in a statement. "Our fight against terrorism must be relentless. It is a long-term battle that requires all our determination and our unity to resist this criminal and totalitarian ideology," said Schulz. He called on the EU to strengthen security cooperation with its partners in full respect of democratic principles. (end) nk.rk

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Date:Jun 27, 2015
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