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Al-Qaeda threat to Bush during Britain trip

Al-Qaeda terrorists using the cover of anti-war protests are a real threat to the safety of US President George W. Bush during his state visit to London next week, Britain’s most senior policemen have warned. “We are not so concerned about some anti-war protester throwing rotten fruit at the president. Our worry now is the more dangerous elements who may be here,” said a senior Scotland Yard source quoted in The Times newspaper Wednesday. The report came the day after anti-war demonstrators accused the government of blocking their right to protest in central London against Bush’s visit from November 18 to 21. The Stop the War Coalition, the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND), and the Muslim Association of Great Britain intend to organize a 100,000-strong march on November 20 around the main government buildings. Full Story

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