Islamist Terrorism: Eight Years Later

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Eight years after September 11, the UK may be at greater risk than the US from Islamic extremists. Why are young British Muslims so ripe for radicalization? Did the US jeopardize British efforts to foil a plot that could have been more deadly than 9/11? Also, the media mistakes a Coast Guard training exercise for the real thing. On Reporter's Notebook, the so-called Northeast Passage between the West and Asia has been opened by global warming — and Russian bureaucrats. We get a report from Moscow.

Banner image: UK terror suspect, Rashid Rauf, is escorted by police to a civil court hearing on January 5, 2007 in Rawalpindi, Pakistan. Photo: Warrick Page/Getty Images