In the wake of recent terror attacks, officials around the world are ramping up security at New Year's Eve celebrations. Barry Petersen reports from London on how the celebrations will be affected by terrorism.
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Published: 2021-05-09 06:44 am
Heightened security around the world for New Year's Eve celebrations
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