EU and US yesterday jointly declared that "urgent measures" related to aviation security should be "considered" at a high-level meeting planned for Luxemburg in April, though the two sides continue to differ on specifics. Following a meeting in Toledo, Spain, between US Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano and EU security ministers, the parties declared that the EU and US "share the responsibility to prevent terrorists and serious criminals from conducting, planning and supporting ...

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