EU agrees to check Internet but differs over how

European Union justice and interior ministers agreed on Monday they needed to do more to counter the use of the Internet by militants but could not agree on whether and how to block radical websites.European Justice and Security Commissioner Franco Frattini presented to the ministers the outline of anti-terrorism proposals the EU’s executive will publish early November, including plans to block Web sites giving bomb instructions.Portuguese Interior Minister Rui Pereira, who chaired the talks, said all countries agreed that radical militants should not be allowed to recruit followers via the World Wide Web.

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