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Bin Laden Said Getting Help for Attacks

Osama bin Laden is enlisting his top operative in Iraq, Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, to plan potential attacks on the United States, U.S. intelligence indicates. Al-Zarqawi, who rivals bin Laden as the nation’s public enemy No. 1, has been involved in attacks in the Middle East but has not been known before to have set his sights on the United States. The Homeland Security Department issued a classified bulletin to officials over the weekend about the intelligence, which spokesman Brian Roehrkasse described Monday as “credible but not specific.” The intelligence was obtained over the past several weeks, officials said. The United States has no immediate plans to raise its national terror alert level, Roehrkasse said. However, the intelligence “reiterates the desire by al-Qaida and its associates to target the homeland,” he said. Full Story

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