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The British terror lesson

May 4, 2007

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THE CONVICTION Monday of five men in Britain for planning a terrorist attack with a giant fertilizer bomb in 2004 offers a rare glimpse into the world of counter terrorist operations, illuminating the difficulty of preventing atrocities such as Sept. 11, or the July 7, 2005 subway bombings in London. The British case is instructive not only for what it ... (Full article: 493 words)

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