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US says it will not join Christchurch Call against online terror

BBC News Wednesday, 15 May 2019 ()
US says it will not join Christchurch Call against online terrorThe scheme aims to tackle terror content after the Christchurch attacks, but the US opts out.
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The US has declined to join an international initiative aimed at tackling the spread of terror online.

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