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Ashford : WA : USA | May 08, 2012 at 10:33 PM PDT
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The United States by bomb explosion on a passenger aircraft of the Al-Qaeda failed to project has been made. Namoos from the said in a statement outside the country, security and intelligence agencies of this project eureka tried homemade bombs in which can be used.The media of American intelligence officials said that the conspiracy were made in this project in 2009 was trzky of Nigeria in which a citizen of the American airliner in underwear suffice to attempt by bomb explosion. According to the FBI, the agency's technical and franzk investigation and is Initially it appears that this explosion of peninsula in Arab areas of Al-Qaeda and other terrorist activities, aircraft used to have. The United States National Security Council said in a statement released by the president about the project to Barak obama advisor to the anti-terrorism, John brynnfirst in April and was informed about this from time to time they have been progress. Caitlin hayydn Council spokesman had said that the president of the way to deal with any attack to all the concerned institutions were issued instructions. US Defense Minister lavin defeated in Pentagon his Chinese counterpart, during a press conference along with his short'' the incident said in the statement that it (America) to the country against the attack about to fail to the United States and we need to take every possible step.

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