The government of Saudi Arabia released a report Tuesday detailing its counter terrorism measures and describing new financial regulations aimed at insuring the Saudi Kingdom does not indirectly support terrorist groups.
In a move aimed at bolstering efforts to combat international terrorism, the United States and a bloc of Southeast Asian nations signed a major treaty Thursday aimed at improving intelligence sharing and police cooperation.
In his first address to the United Nations, President Bush said all nations have an obligation to combat international terrorism.
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