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U.S.: Pakistani Extremists Aid Terrorists

Al-Qaida leaders in hiding and foot-soldiers preparing for terrorist attacks are turning to outlawed Pakistani extremist groups for spiritual and military training, shelter and logistical support, say U.S. officials who see them as an emerging threat. One group — Lashkar-e-Tayyaba, or Army of the Pure — is an example of how Osama bin Laden’s followers take advantage of scattered Islamic militant allies to maintain momentum, four years after a U.S.-led military campaign destroyed al-Qaida camps in Afghanistan.Full Story

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