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Bin Laden Message May Suggest Attacks Planned

A taped message purportedly from al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden that sets a 90-day deadline for European countries to agree to a truce suggests his followers may have attacks planned in case the demand is rejected, some U.S. analysts said on Thursday. The CIA said its technical analysis determined the voice was “likely” that of bin Laden on the audiotape aired by Arab television stations earlier in the day. The message offered a truce with European countries if they stopped attacking Muslims, and vowed revenge on the United States for Israel’s March 22 assassination of Sheikh Ahmed Yassin, leader of the Palestinian militant group Hamas. Full Story

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