Concerns Grow over Al Qaeda, U.S. Election 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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Concerns Grow over Al Qaeda, U.S. Election

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Concerns Grow over Al Qaeda, U.S. Election

Concerns Grow over Al Qaeda, U.S. Election

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.