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Analysts Say Al Qaeda Tape Could Be Warning

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Analysts Say Al Qaeda Tape Could Be Warning

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Analysts Say Al Qaeda Tape Could Be Warning

Analysts Say Al Qaeda Tape Could Be Warning

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When Osama bin Laden released a videotaped statement days before the U.S. presidential election, terrorism experts worried about a possible al Qaeda attempt to disrupt voting. But analysts say it's more likely the tape is a warning signal for possible attacks several months from now. NPR's Mike Shuster reports.

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