UK Home Secretary Theresa May outlines new counterterrorism measures

November 24, 2014 8:46 AM

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UK Home Secretary Theresa May outlines new counterterrorism measures

Britain's Home Secretary Teresa May speaks during the counter-terrorism awareness week conference at the Royal United Services Institute in London Monday Nov. 24, 2014. British authorities are outlining a new set of counterterrorism measures, including a ban on insurance companies reimbursing ransom payments. The bill to be outlined Monday by Home Secretary Theresa May reinforces Britain's long-held position that there should be no ransom payments to terrorists because payments to groups such as Islamic State merely place more people at risk. (AP Photo/John Stillwell/PA) UNITED KINGDOM OUT (The Associated Press)

LONDON – U.K. authorities are outlining a new set of counterterrorism measures, including a ban on insurance companies reimbursing ransom payments.

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