Terrorism Part I In a five-part series for Morning Edition, NPR's Eric Weiner and Michael Sullivan examine the spread of terrorism in Southeast Asia. In Part One, Weiner reports from the Philippines -- a Roman Catholic country that seems an unlikely place for an al Qaeda cell, but where investigators believe the militant Islamist group gained its first foothold in the region.
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In a five-part series for Morning Edition, NPR's Eric Weiner and Michael Sullivan examine the spread of terrorism in Southeast Asia. In Part One, Weiner reports from the Philippines — a Roman Catholic country that seems an unlikely place for an al Qaeda cell, but where investigators believe the militant Islamist group gained its first foothold in the region.