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Growing Threat in Iraq: Al Qaeda Allegedly Building Secretive Bombs

Al Qaeda is allegedly trying to make bombs disguised as commonplace items to travel undetected on planes.
02:24 | 06/24/2014

Transcript for Growing Threat in Iraq: Al Qaeda Allegedly Building Secretive Bombs

And now to the new terror warning we've heard about tonight. ABC news has learned of signs that terrorists in Syria and Yemen are trying to create explosives that can be smuggled on to a plane as... See More
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