No U.S. Anti-Terror Policy Changes in ‘New Normal’

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The terrorist attacks in the London and Manchester have not prompted changes in U.S. counter-terrorism policy, and one group representing U.S. cities laments such incidents are the “new normal,” McClatchy Newspapers reports. “There are no policy changes as a result of the recent attacks but we continually evaluate the threat environment,” said Lucy Martinez of the Department of Homeland Security. Seven people were killed . . .

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