BRUSSELS, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Cutting road deaths deserves the same attention as fighting terrorism, Max Mosley, the president of the International Automobile Federation, said on Monday. Mosley, who heads two road safety bodies as well as motorsport's governing body, said 1.26 million people had died on the roads worldwide in 2000, dwarfing the number killed by terrorism. "If you compare that to the victims of terrorism, and you think of the energy, time and publicity that goes into ...
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