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TERRORISM

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The American Conservative

[Professor Robert] Pape has found that the most common American perceptions about who the terrorists are and what motivates them are off by a wide margin. [Pape] knows more about suicide terrorists than any other American.

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The Progressive / Matthew Rothschild

Today, more than 23,000 representatives of private industry are working quietly with the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security. The members receive warnings of threats before the public—and, at least [once], before elected officials.

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AP

Teams of police officers equipped with submachine guns and bomb-sniffing dogs are set to begin daily patrols of the busiest sections of the city subways this month, in what officials describe as a first for a U.S. mass transit system. [happy, happy j

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AP

[guilt by Arab] Two Egyptian college students arrested near a South Carolina Navy weapons station last year were carrying low-grade fireworks, as they claimed, not the dangerous explosives as charged by federal prosecutors, the FBI has determined.

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AP

Jose Padilla, once accused of plotting with al-Qaida to blow up a radioactive "dirty bomb," was sentenced Tuesday to 17 years and four months on terrorism conspiracy charges that don't mention those initial allegations.

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Christian Science Monitor

If US District Judge Cooke agrees with the Justice Dept., the severe sentence [life] won't be for any violent act carried out or planned by Mr. Padilla. Instead, he will be punished for what prosecutors say were his dangerous unspecified intentio

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Reuters

Two business groups urged the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Friday not to reinstate a Web tool aimed at helping investors identify companies with investments in countries the United States designates as "sponsors of terrorism."

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Gulf Times

The "ruthless tactics" of the Sri Lankan Tamil Tigers have inspired terrorist networks worldwide, including Al Qaeda in Iraq, says the FBI. In an appeal to the American public to report on Tiger operatives who might be lurking under cover,

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About.com

The Dakar Rally is arguably the most demanding offroad competition in the world, a high profile, international event that draws some of the most talented motorcycle riders alive. Unfortunately, the Amaury Sport Association has announced that this ye

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About.com

The Dakar Rally is arguably the most demanding offroad competition in the world, a high profile, international event that draws some of the most talented motorcycle riders alive. Unfortunately, the Amaury Sport Association has announced that this ye

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BBC News.com

At least 15 other people are reported killed in the attack and several more were injured. Ms. Bhutto had twice been the country's prime minister.

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