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  Posted on: Thursday, March 2, 2017
Terror Threat to U.S. Airports Said to Grow as al-Qaeda Rebounds
Bloomberg

The threat to U.S. airports from terror groups such as al-Qaeda and Islamic State is expected to grow because of instability in parts of the Middle East and Asia, a former high-ranking intelligence official said Thursday.



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