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PBS NewsHour | Al-Qaida Bomb Plot: How Alarmed Should U.S. Be? | PBS

Duration: 08:11
Program: PBS NewsHour #10323
Broadcast Date: May. 8, 2012

A day after news broke that the CIA foiled a new al-Qaida plot to bomb an airliner, the official responses were low key on Tuesday. Margaret Warner, former National Counterterrorism Center director Michael Leiter and former FBI supervisory special agent Ali Soufan assess the current reach of the terror network.

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Post Date: May 8, 2012