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Pakistani Linked to Al Qaeda, U.S. Election Threat

The Pakistani whose arrest last month provided information about threats to U.S. financial institutions was in communication with al Qaeda operatives intent upon disrupting U.S. elections this fall, The New York Times reported Sunday. The July arrest of Mohammed Naeem Noor Khan prompted an alert from the Department of Homeland Security last week on threats to buildings housing financial institutions in New York, New Jersey and Washington, D.C. Citing a senior intelligence official in a Washington datelined story, the newspaper said Khan had revealed he was in communication with al Qaeda operatives who the Bush administration believes are plotting an attack aimed at disrupting U.S. elections this fall. Full Story

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