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Al-Qaida link to London blasts in Iraq

A man captured in August north of al-Qaim, Iraq, had a computer “thumb drive” that contained planning information about the July 7 London suicide bombings, a U.S. military officer has revealed. Col. Robert Brown, commander of the 1st Brigade 25th Infantry Division in Mosul told United Press International the man was connected to the al-Qaida terrorist network. He declined to discuss the specific nature of the information on the small computer drive, variants of which store between 8 and 256 megabytes of data, but said it indicated al-Qaida involvement in the attacks on London’s bus and subway system. Full Story

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