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Security specialists say US is more vulnerable to attack

Task force is warned of lax preparedness

By Bryan Bender
Globe Staff / September 11, 2008

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NEW YORK - Some key measures experts have called for to thwart nuclear and biological terrorism have floundered since Sept. 11, 2001, increasing the risk that Al Qaeda or other terrorist groups will use a weapon of mass destruction and inflict far more civilian casualties, a government task force was warned yesterday. (Full article: 877 words)

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