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NATO summit policing guide, Mar 2009

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April 8, 2009
The PDF file presents the policing guide for the NATO summit 2009, taking place at the French-German border on April 3rd and 4th. The German guide outlines information on the area, dealing with media and citizens living in the region, expected protesting groups and general policy around the summit. The distribution of the manual is restricted "Nur fuer den Dienstgebrauch" (For official use only).
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PDF document, version 1.3
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SHA256 a55f3016b363b66666b974cece5402d0632ca711ae01cb2ff8ad54778711cce9

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