AP Newsbreak: Homeland Security adds cities, regions to terrorism high-risk list

January 31, 2008
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“More cities across the country are considered at high risk of a terror attack, according to a new list of spending priorities from the Homeland Security Department.

Last year the department made 45 cities or regions eligible for a competitive counterterror grant program. This year, the list has been expanded to 60 areas that can apply for the nearly $782 million (€525.9 million) available, according to documents obtained by The Associated Press.” (International Herald Tribune)