CAMP DAVID, Md. -- British Prime Minister Gordon Brown Monday said it will take at least a generation to stem al-Qaida-inspired terrorism.
Following two days of meetings with U.S. President George Bush at Camp David, Md., Brown told reporters at a joint news conference the battle has to be "fought in military, diplomatic, intelligence, security, policing and ideological terms."
"We're in a generation-long battle against terrorist, against al-Qaida-inspired terrorism and this is a battle for which we can give no quarter," Brown said.
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