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Bush Aide Believes Terrorists Set Back

The Bush administration believes it has set back al-Qaida’s plans for a possible attack against the United States with the recent arrests of suspected terrorists and the seizure of detailed surveillance of financial centers. “I certainly think that by our actions now that we have disrupted it,” said Frances Fragos Townsend, President Bush’s homeland security adviser. “The question is, have we disrupted all of it or a part of it? And we’re working through an investigation to uncover that,” she told “Fox News Sunday.” In cooperation with U.S. intelligence agencies, authorities in Pakistan and Britain have detained suspected al-Qaida operatives, while computer files uncovered in Pakistan contained surveillance information of major financial sites in New York, Washington and Newark, N.J. The United States issued a terror alert based on that information.Full Story

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