Terrorism Said to Take Root in Southeast Asia The terrorist group Jemaah Islamiyah -- tied to al Qaeda by U.S. intelligence officials -- is apparently extending its reach to non-Muslim countries in Southeast Asia, including Cambodia. Kelly McEvers reports.
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Terrorism Said to Take Root in Southeast Asia

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Terrorism Said to Take Root in Southeast Asia

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The terrorist group Jemaah Islamiyah — tied to al Qaeda by U.S. intelligence officials — is apparently extending its reach to non-Muslim countries in Southeast Asia, including Cambodia. Kelly McEvers reports.