Macron defends new anti-terror law as state of emergency ends

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Anti-terrorism law, which critics say undermines civil liberties, takes effect on Wednesday, in place of state of emergency imposed in November.

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President Emmanuel Macron defended new security legislation on Tuesday, saying Islamist militants still posed a serious threat to France as a two-year state of emergency comes to an end, reports Reuters.