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State Dept. doubles '03 terrorism death toll

Revises report that showed drop in acts

By Farah Stockman
Globe Staff / June 23, 2004

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WASHINGTON -- State Department officials yesterday blamed inaccurate data from the CIA, poor proofreading, and an "antiquated" database for errors in an annual terrorism report released earlier this year that incorrectly claimed that the number of international terrorist attacks had declined to their lowest point in three decades. (Full Article: 728 Words)

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