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Mass Transit: Is it safe?

Photo above: two of the Americans, Anthony Sadler and Alek Skarlatos, with Brit Chris Norman at the press conference after the attack. (YouTube) A terrorist gets on a EuroRail high speed train in France with an AK-47, a gun and a […]

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Mass Transit: Is it safe?

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Photo above: two of the Americans, Anthony Sadler and Alek Skarlatos, with Brit Chris Norman at the press conference after the attack. (YouTube) A terrorist gets on a EuroRail high speed train in France with an AK-47, a gun and a […]

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