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U.S. takes aim at al Qaida, Iraqi agents

Plans for a mass terrorist attack have reportedly been disrupted through the arrest of terror suspects and U.S. officials plan to subvert other such threats by detaining suspected Iraqi agents should a war in Iraq begin. Two newspapers Tuesday reported the anti-terror moves. The Washington Times said al Qaida plans a series of smaller assaults, including assassination of political figures, before launching a large-scale attack. The Washington Post reported that the CIA and foreign intelligence agencies were tracking suspected Iraqi agents and planned to forestall any retaliatory acts should the United States go to war with Iraq. “We and our allies are bracing for a terrorist offensive, and we are keeping track of Iraqi intelligence officers around the world,” a senior U.S. intelligence official told the Post. Full Story

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