How Obama Plans To Defeat Al-Qaida President-elect Barack Obama has promised to turn America's attention from the war in Iraq to what he calls the real war on terror: the fight against al-Qaida in Afghanistan. But the new administration may find its options are limited.
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How Obama Plans To Defeat Al-Qaida

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How Obama Plans To Defeat Al-Qaida

How Obama Plans To Defeat Al-Qaida

How Obama Plans To Defeat Al-Qaida

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President-elect Barack Obama has promised to turn America's attention from the war in Iraq to what he calls the real war on terror: the fight against al-Qaida in Afghanistan. But the new administration may find its options are limited.