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Agents Raid Terror Cells in Global Sweep

Police and intelligence agents have raided suspected terror cells from Amman to Stockholm in a global sweep to thwart al-Qaida and other attacks on major targets — from U.S. embassies in the Middle East and Asia and American forces in Iraq to shopping malls in Manila and possibly a soccer stadium in Manchester. Lightning arrests of accused militants in Sweden and Britain this week and the killing of four accused bomb plotters in Jordan — with tip-offs from U.S. authorities — show anti-terror cooperation spreading along with stepped-up pressure on Islamic extremists after the Madrid bombings. In Saudi Arabia, the heart of Islam, security and intelligence forces have played a deadly cat-and-mouse game, arresting or killing dozens of suspected al-Qaida militants since suicide attacks killed 51 people in Riyadh last year. Saudi police and security forces also have died. Full Story

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