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Attacks Raise New Fears About Al Qaeda's Durability

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Attacks Raise New Fears About Al Qaeda's Durability

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Attacks Raise New Fears About Al Qaeda's Durability

Attacks Raise New Fears About Al Qaeda's Durability

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U.S. analysts suspect al Qaeda operatives are behind the recent attacks in Morocco and Saudi Arabia. Coordinated bombings took dozens of lives in Casablanca and Riyadh. There are fears the terrorist network may be widening its target base. NPR's Eric Westervelt reports.

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