Al Qaeda Arrest in Pakistan Yields Intel Windfall

The July arrest of Mohammed Naeem Noor Khan, an al Qaeda operative in Pakistan, has given investigators a leg up in the war on terrorism. Data found on Khan's computer has led to arrests in Britain, heightened terror alerts in the United States and new information about how the al Qaeda network functions. Hear NPR's Renee Montagne and Bruce Hoffman of the RAND Corporation.

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