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Terror in the Sky / Terrorism Plot / Airplanes / Britain #903056

FNC Evening News for Sunday, Aug 13, 2006
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(London: Trace Gallagher, Courtney Kealy) The continuing investigations into the terrorism plot to blow up several airplanes in Great Britain reviewed; details given on the heightened terror alert, other possible attacks, and security measures at Heathrow Airport. [UK Home Secretary John REID†- comments on the likelihood of another terrorist attack.]

(Washington: Julie Kirtz) The Department of Homeland Security‚Äôs warning about more possible threats to the US examined. [Homeland Security Secretary Michael CHERTOFF†- says they are watching for an increase in Al Qaeda activity in the US; wants more police power like the British investigators have.] New security rules from the TSA noted.

Courtney, Trace Gallagher,;
Kirtz, Julie

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