Brian Fishman

New America Foundation

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Counterterrorism research fellow at the New America Foundation; Former professor and former director of research at the Combating Terrorism Center, a privately-funded institute at West Point

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Dramatic and tragic events continue to unfold in Boston last night and today.

Boston Shut Down for Manhunt

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Intelligence agencies say that last September they may have discovered a dry run for the package bombs found Friday in the UK and Dubai.

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Intelligence agencies say that last September they may have discovered a dry run for the package bombs found Friday in the UK and Dubai.

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The latest US missile strike in Northwest Pakistan killed twelve people today, bringing to 60 the number killed in thirteen unmanned-drone attacks in just the past two weeks.

US Steps Up Drone Attacks in Pakistan

The latest US missile strike in Northwest Pakistan killed twelve people today, bringing to 60 the number killed in thirteen unmanned-drone attacks in just the past two weeks.

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