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PBS NewsHour | A Year After Bin Laden's Death, How Strong Is al-Qaida? | PBS

Duration: 07:21
Program: PBS NewsHour #10317
Broadcast Date: Apr. 30, 2012

A year ago, a U.S. strike successfully eliminated al-Qaida's leader, but Osama bin Laden's death was just one step in the decline of the most feared terror network in the world. Judy Woodruff, The Washington Post's David Ignatius and the New American Foundation's Brian Fishman assess the current state and influence of al-Qaida.

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Post Date: April 30, 2012