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'Qaeda-Linked' Group Renews Threat to Attack Europe

Muslim militants claiming links to al Qaeda vowed new attacks on Europe once a “truce” offered by Osama bin Laden expires in two weeks, newspapers said on Friday. Governments and analysts played down the threat, noting the group in question had made unfounded claims before. French President Jacques Chirac said he took any such report seriously but that little could be done to improve already tight security. But a U.S. intelligence official said the al Qaeda deadline could not be ignored, regardless of the authenticity of the purported statement by the Abu Hafs al-Masri Brigades. Full Story

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