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Terror in the Sky / Terrorism Plot / Airplanes / Britain #903048

FNC Evening News for Saturday, Aug 12, 2006
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(London: Trace Gallagher) Report introduced.

(No location given: Enda Brady) The investigations in Great Britain and Pakistan into the terrorism plot to blow up airplanes over the Atlantic featured; details given on the brothers, Rashid and Tayib Rauf†, thought to be key figures in the plot and the suspects’ possible links with Al Qaeda; names of the British terror suspects shown on screen. [Pakistani government spokeswoman Tasnim ASLAM†- comments on the coordination between the two intelligence agencies.] [Security expert Dr. Peter NEUMANN†- comments on network connections in Pakistan.] [MAN – expresses concern over the extremists’ use of British foreign policy for recruitment.]

Gallagher, Trace;
Brady, Enda

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