CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 11, 2002
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Taped interview held with Center for the University of St. Andrews Study of Terrorism and Political Violence Magnus Ranstorp about the future of terrorism. [From St. Andrews, Scotland, RANSTORP - says Al Qaeda has been dealt a blow by its removal from Afghanistan, but it still has the capability of carrying out terrorist activities in Asia and South America; outlines how Al Qaeda has been financed via criminal enterprises; predicts the war against terrorism will be a ceaseless struggle with ups and downs and successes and other terrorist attacks.]
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