Washington praises Europe's anti-terror efforts

Two senior officials from President Barack Obama’s administration acknowledged Europe’s increased cooperation in the fight against terror, but cautioned that further progress was needed. European countries “are improving in the sharing of information when it comes to anti-terror efforts, they are on the right path,” Deputy Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas told a US Senate panel. Justin Siberell of the State Department’s Bureau of Counterterrorism said recent attacks in Paris and Brussels highlighted the need for heightened transatlantic collaboration.

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