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Al-Qaeda chemical attack in Jordan could have killed 80,000: officials

Jordan foiled an Al-Qaeda chemical bomb plot against the intelligence services HQ using trucks packed with 20 tons of explosives that could have killed as many as 80,000 people, security officials said Monday. Members of the network, who were arrested or killed, also planned attacks on the prime minister’s office and the US embassy in Amman, the officials said on state television but without giving details on those targets. Several suspects, including Jordanian ringleader Azmi al-Jayussi who was recruited in Iraq, were shown shown on television which aired their confessions. Full Story

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