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SEPT. 11 ATTACKS

Iraq was distraction, Clark says

By Raja Mishra and Joanna Weiss
Globe Staff / January 13, 2004

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BISMARCK, N.D. -- Retired Army General Wesley K. Clark said yesterday that the Bush administration, distracted by plans to invade Iraq, discounted intelligence on Al Qaeda handed over by outgoing Clinton administration officials in 2000, leaving security gaps that made it easier for Osama bin Laden's terrorist agents to strike on Sept. 11, 2001. (Full Article: 694 Words)

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