Thomas Sanderson

Fellow, Center for Strategic and International Studies

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Americans are still reeling over the  conspiracy to blow up airliners  leaving England for the United States.

Scotland Yard Releases Information on Foiled Terror Plot

Americans are still reeling over the conspiracy to blow up airliners leaving England for the United States.

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In Britain, the  airline terror conspiracy  is still unfolding.  Twenty-four people have been arrested there.  In Pakistan, two British citizens and five Pakistanis are in custody. …

Update on Foiled Terror Conspiracy

In Britain, the airline terror conspiracy is still unfolding.  Twenty-four people have been arrested there.  In Pakistan, two British citizens and five Pakistanis are in custody. …

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