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Security Watch (Inside Al Qaeda) #789019

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, May 04, 2005
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The capture a few days ago in northwest Pakistan of Al Qaeda chief of operations Abu Faraj al-Libbi†† noted.

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Taped interview held with "Los Angeles Times" reporter "Perfect Soldiers" author Terry McDermott† about terrorism. [In studio, McDERMOTT - says there are no big deals left in capturing people because Al Qaeda has metastasized; notes Al Qaeda did not do big things until September 11, 2001; states the breadth of this thing is most frightening; talks about Khalid Shaikh Mohammed's indictment in 1998.]

Reporter(s):
Brown, Aaron
Duration:
00:05:20

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