The United States, confronting an extraordinarily serious week of international terrorist attacks, offered to send investigators to Morocco, as it had earlier to Saudi Arabia, while weighing the aftershocks of a bombing today in Jerusalem that killed seven and prompted Prime Minister Ariel Sharon to postpone a White House visit. The latest attacks, along with others last week in Chechnya, left scores dead, sharply raised concerns among foreigners and locals in the regions affected, and underlined the serious political, military and intelligence challenges still unmet in the global campaign on terrorism. They demonstrated that “the war against terror goes on,” President Bush said on Saturday, as he offered assistance to Morocco. Among other fallout, the Riyadh attacks last Monday appeared to be aggravating a split within the Saudi leadership over how to deal with terror. Full Story
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