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Will the 'War on Terror' ever end?

WorldNews Wednesday, 24 June 2020 ()
Will the 'War on Terror' ever end?Last weekend's deadly knife attack in Reading, west of London, has been an uncomfortable reminder that the threat of terrorism has not gone away. But what about the so-called War on Terror, as declared by US President George W Bush in 2001? Is it still going on? ...
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