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Ports, Nuclear Plants, Airports on Alert

From packing plants to ports, concerns about possible terror attacks are prompting officials to ramp up security nationwide as America goes to war in Iraq. Oil and gas pipeline operators are advised to be vigilant, doctors told to report any unusual outbreak of diseases, and meat and poultry inspectors ordered to test for chemical or biological agents. FBI agents, in an attempt to head off possible retaliation for the war, began fanning out across the country to interview thousands of people born in Iraq, the agency said Thursday. The FBI said it also wanted to try to prevent hate crimes against people of Iraqi heritage. The FBI’s 56 bureaus were put on around-the-clock operation. “We are running down every lead, responding to every threat,” Director Robert Mueller said. Full Story

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