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Election Could Tempt Attack by Terror Groups, Rice Says

President Bush’s national security adviser, Condoleezza Rice, said on Sunday that the administration was worried that terrorist groups could find the approaching presidential election “too good to pass up” and that Washington was already considering measures to deter an attack seeking to influence the election’s outcome. Speaking on “Fox News Sunday,” Ms. Rice acknowledged that the March 11 train attacks in Spain, for which groups linked to Al Qaeda have been blamed, could send what she called “the wrong message.” The new Spanish government, which was elected in large part on a platform of opposition to participation in the Iraqi occupation, announced Sunday that Spanish forces would be called home soon. Full Story

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