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U.S. to Warn of Terror Threat This Summer

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U.S. to Warn of Terror Threat This Summer

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U.S. to Warn of Terror Threat This Summer

U.S. to Warn of Terror Threat This Summer

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Justice Department officials will warn the American public Wednesday of possible terrorist attacks against the United States sometime this summer. Officials say they've received non-specific intelligence information about the possibility that al Qaeda or other terrorists will try to disrupt the presidential campaign or other high-profile events. Hear NPR's Steve Inskeep and NPR's Larry Abramson.

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