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Al Qaeda

Al Qaeda

Al Qaeda

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Thirty-four people died in the Saudi Arabia bombings last week. The attack in Morocco killed 41. Now European officials say they're concerned about more possible bombings, as terrorist cells begin to attack "softer" targets. Join host Neal Conan for an update on the threat posed by al Qaeda.

Guest:

Mike Shuster
*NPR Correspondent

Brian Jenkins
*Senior adviser to the president of RAND

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