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A changing Qaeda seen on 5 continents

By Bryan Bender
Globe Staff / April 5, 2004

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WASHINGTON - Foiled attacks last week by suspected followers of Osama bin Laden in Britain and the Philippines and a deadly string of bombings in Uzbekistan demonstrate that the Al Qaeda terrorist network has grown larger and looser, making it far more difficult to track than when bin Laden sat at the head of an army of terrorists, US intelligence ... (Full Article: 1536 Words)

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