Wider Terrorism Challenge After bin Laden
San Diego Union Tribune -- Killingwas no easy task, taking years of incremental intelligence work, painstaking analysis of clues and finally a risky decision to launch a nighttime raid in a foreign country.
What comes after the death of thefounder and leader might be even harder, terrorism experts said.
“The notion of there being a single entity known as al-Qaeda with a central operation that calls the shots and runs tactical operations in countries around the world is no longer true,” said Avi Spiegel, a professor at the University of Full Story)who studies terrorist groups in the Middle East. (
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