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.

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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.

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