Concerns Grow over Al Qaeda, U.S. Election

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Is al Qaeda planning attacks that could influence the November presidential election in the United States? Some say political reverberations from the March pre-election bombing in Spain can only embolden terrorist planners. But it's unclear which U.S. candidate al Qaeda would like to see in the White House. NPR's Mary Louise Kelly reports.



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