Assessing Terrorism

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Attorney General John Ashcroft and FBI Director Robert Mueller held a news conference here in Washington today to warn of new threats of terrorist attacks in United States in the next few months and to draw attention to suspected al Qaeda operatives that the FBI has been pursuing for months.

Guests:

Jonathan Stevenson
*Senior fellow for counter terrorism at the International Institute for Strategic Studies
*Editor of Strategic Survey — the institute's annual review and survey of international affairs

Edward Flynn
*Secretary of public safety for Massachusetts
*Served as chief of police for Arlington, Va. during Sept. 11 attacks

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