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Lidové noviny - Czech Republic | Thursday, June 8, 2006

Europe's role in the CIA's anti-terror campaign

"There is no proof, and it seems highly unlikely that there ever will be. Nonetheless, the Council of Europe's report gives great cause for concern," Lubos Palata comments, with reference to disclosures about the CIA's secret flights. "In the war against terrorism, it's difficult to stick to the rules. But this war can't be won by invading a country, occupying it and killing as many terrorists as possible – or those suspected of being terrorists. Our current methods for preventing a repeat of September 11 are beginning to resemble those of the terrorists. This could lead to us losing the most important 'battle' - the battle for people's minds."

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