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Paris attack likely to boost security surveillance in Europe

Meanwhile, amid condemnation of the attacks, right-wing groups are milking the global outrage for their own political agendas
Friday, January 9, 2015 - 05:50

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Journalists hold aloft their press cards and placards declaring 'I am Charlie' during a minute of silence in front of the Paris offices of the weekly satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris on Thursday, a day after the shooting.

London

THE horrific killing of 12 cartoonists, journalists and their editor at Charlie Hebdo, a satirical magazine in Paris, is expected to boost security surveillance in offices throughout Europe.

Moreover, since the sickening outrage has been publicised globally and previous

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