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Cameron offers plan to counter attraction of extremism

British Prime Minister David Cameron, looks at a computer as he speaks with Aysha Iqbal Patel (L) and Zahra Qadir, during a workshop about ways to report suspicious on-line activity, at Ninestiles Academy in Birmingham, central England, July 20, 2015, before delivering a speech on counter radicalization. AFP/PAUL ELLIS

 
A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Daily Star on July 21, 2015, on page 11.

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