explains further the European Law. It says that member states of the European Union are not required to provide compensation for acts of terrorism committed in a country outside the EU.
Graham Watson MEP for the South West of England says:
I’m afraid that the EU, with its current powers, has no legal base to intervene on this matter. I do hope you will join me in supporting the EU Constitution which would help give the EU such legal powers.”
European Union Terrorism Compensation Policy