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US pResident George Bush has signed into law a far-reaching overhaul of the country's intelligence agencies.
The new measures - the most sweeping changes in nearly 60 years - are intended to prevent a repeat of the 11 September attacks.
They will lead to the creation of a national intelligence director to oversee the work of the 15 US security agencies, including the CIA and FBI.
Intelligence officials will also be granted greater surveillance powers.