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U.N.: Al Qaeda sanctions failing

A lack of international cooperation and resolve is holding back efforts to stem the flow of money, arms and supporters to al Qaeda, a U.N. report has warned. As a result the terror network blamed for the September 11 attacks on the United States is continuing to grow, with Iraq in particular becoming a “fertile ground”, the report said. The report, released Monday, was compiled by a special Security Council committee established to monitor international sanctions against al Qaeda. Particularly worrisome for U.S.-led forces in Iraq, the committee said that country had become “readily accessible to al Qaeda followers anxious to take up the battle against the coalition forces.” Full Story

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