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Former UK police chief: ‘We are facing disorganised terrorism’

By France 24
23 June 2017   |   5:10 am
Sir Hugh Orde is a former British police chief who was at the forefront of the fight against terrorism, working at Scotland Yard in London and as chief constable in Northern Ireland.

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