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U.S. to reassure people after terrorist plot to break the plane.

New York City : NY : USA | May 08, 2012 at 5:33 PM PDT
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U.S. officials said, who planned suicide bombing on a plane is no longer dangerous to the American people.

Speaking on ABC television a day after the Central Intelligence Agency U.S. (CIA) plot to disrupt suicide bomber aircraft, anti-terrorism adviser leading the U.S. President said John Brennan, who intended suicide bomb on the plane with homemade explosive device in his underwear to now no longer a danger to the American people.

"The device is detonated in our hands, the Federal Bureau of Investigation is analyzing it, we are trying to study every aspect of this device to ensure that the U.S. will have precautions in the future to stop them, not to these devices fall into the public places threatens the lives of Americans, "said John Brennan said.

According to U.S. officials, conspiracy to bomb was found early on so there are no aircraft of the U.S. airlines are now in danger hiem.bie

The U.S. said that this bomb by Ibraham Hassan, a bomb specialist who has designed it and a branch of Al-Qaeda network in Yemen undertake suicide bombers on board.

On 9/5, Department of Defense has decided to send anti-terrorism experts to Yemen to carry out the necessary training.The decision was made exactly 1 day after CIA plot to disrupt Al-Qaeda's terrorism.

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Le Thi Bich Lan is based in Vũng Tàu, Đông Nam Bộ, Vietnam, and is a Reporter for Allvoices.
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