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counterterror

(ˌkaʊntəˈtɛrə)
adj
designed to act against terrorism
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Adj.1.counterterror - intended to prevent terrorism; "the government took counterterror measures"
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But in a statement he linked it to 'a pattern of Islamophobic behaviour' which he said included anti-Muslim letters at the centre of a counterterror police probe.
Giving the first investigative update on the case since Theresa May publicly pointed the finger at Russia, counterterror police chief Neil Basu said officers' "prime focus" is to establish the method used to administer the chemical weapon.
Al-Sisi made the statement while meeting with visiting Bahraini Foreign Minister Sheikh Khaled bin Ahmad, during which they discussed a number of regional issues of mutual interest, mainly counterterror, Egyptian Presidential Spokesman Bassam Radhi said in a statement.
On Friday, the European Union pledged an additional 50 million euros ($61 million) to a joint counterterror force in West Africa's vast Sahel region -- which includes Mali -- that has fallen prey to extremists.
As is the hallmark of a truly efficient counterterror operation, these groups weren't sent any notices for that would've warned them of the coming cleansing action.
There is no nationally developed and implemented counterterror narrative.
International counterterror groups are putting huge efforts into answering those questions, working hard to name, count, and track IS foreign fighters.
TOP secret documents that could compromise national security were stolen after West Midlands counterterror chief Marcus Beale left them in his car during visits to the shops, to the pub - and while he enjoyed a weekend away with his wife.
But the sad truth is that it seems the terror threat is growing and, with limited resources available, could overwhelm our counterterror officers.
His remarks came at Foreign Ministers of NATO's deliberations on Tuesday here aimed to evaluate its counterterror effort to fight the terrorist Daesh group.
It has an annual budget of around PS40m and forms part of the Government's overarching counterterror strategy known as Contest, which was drawn up in 2003.
He said funds were needed by police because 'we need to invest and send people to the United States or Israel' for training on counterterror tactics.