NEW YORK – Japan on Thursday submitted to the U.N. Security Council a report on its antiterrorism measures taken in compliance with a council resolution adopted in response to the Sept. 11 attacks.
The report, handed to the council’s monitoring committee on terrorism, outlines the special antiterrorism law passed by Tokyo in October.
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