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Paul Wilkinson

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Professor of International Relations at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland and Chairman of its Center for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence

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The Department of Justice says this was a case of domestic terrorism, that the plan would simulate the kind of bombings that took place in Europe.

FBI Makes an Arrest in a Case of Domestic Terrorism

The Department of Justice says this was a case of domestic terrorism, that the plan would simulate the kind of bombings that took place in Europe.

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The Department of Justice says this was a case of domestic terrorism, that the plan would simulate the kind of bombings that took place in Europe.

FBI Makes an Arrest in a Case of Domestic Terrorism

The Department of Justice says this was a case of domestic terrorism, that the plan would simulate the kind of bombings that took place in Europe.

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Iran's Revolutionary Guard  goes back to the Islamic revolution of 1979.

White House to Designate Iran's Revolutionary Guard as Terrorists

Iran's Revolutionary Guard goes back to the Islamic revolution of 1979.

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