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Al Qaeda assessment left on UK train

Scotland Yard and Downing Street both said Wednesday they have launched investigations into how top-secret British intelligence documents on al Qaeda and Iraq came to be left on a commuter train by a senior civil servant in the UK’s Cabinet Office. “It’s a serious breach of Cabinet Office procedures — a member of staff took the papers out of the office when they should not have and left them on a train,” Cabinet Office spokesman James O’Sullivan told CNN. Full Story

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