Keeping The Tour de France Secure One Week after Attacks

Half a million expected in London for Tour de France opening stages

The security coordinator for France's gendarmes, Lt. Col. Sylvain Duret, said the tense security situation in Britain "is only going to reinforce the security at the Tour de France," but British police "tell us they're not all that worried."


Associated Press Writer Jamey Keaten in Paris contributed to this report.

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