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9/11 panel calls for spy overhaul

Says systemic failures led to deadly attacks

By Charlie Savage and Michael Kranish
Globe Staff / July 23, 2004

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WASHINGTON -- Widespread failures by government intelligence agencies left US leaders unable to fully grasp the threat that Al Qaeda posed before the 2001 terrorist attacks, the 9/11 commission said in its final report yesterday, calling for major reforms to spy services set up 60 years ago to fight the Cold War. (Full Article: 1592 Words)

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