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Intelligence service acknowledges terror

A REPORT on the activities of the Slovak Intelligence Service (SIS) for the first six months of the year suggests that Slovakia has been under the threat of terrorist attacks.

Viliam Soboňa, the head of the parliamentary committee for the control of SIS, discussed the report in a closed-door session on Sunday. He confirmed that the report suggests that "activities of terrorists in Slovakia and towards Slovakia have been recorded".

No further details were revealed.

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