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The risk is growing, U.S. expert declares

The risk of a terrorist attack by radical Islamic extremists has grown in Canada and elsewhere because the United States and its Western allies failed to crush al-Qaeda completely during the war in Afghanistan, says Richard Clarke, the former top White House counterterrorism adviser whose dire warnings went unheeded before Sept. 11, 2001. “We’ve had more major terrorist attacks by al-Qaeda and its affiliated groups in the 30 months since 9/11, than we had in the 30 months before 9/11 . . . a lot more,” Mr. Clarke said yesterday in an interview with The Globe and Mail.Full Story

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