In Wake of Bin Laden's death, Al Qaeda Remains Lethal

Despite calls that al Qaeda has been 'decimated,' intel officials still worry affiliates could strike

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In the year after Osama Bin Laden's death, the global terrorist syndicate he founded has undergone a makeover, becoming more regionally focused than ever before.

Many administration officials describe al Qaeda as "decimated" and "destroyed." But intelligence officials and experts say such pronouncements are premature. They see al Qaeda as a terror group that has greatly changed since last year, but one that remains lethal.

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