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Rewriting the book of terrorism - a death sentence on skyscrapers

The publication of two preliminary reports from the Washington DC commission investigating the 11 September 2001 terrorist attacks on targets in the United States has not only opened a number of new insights into potential terrorist risks in the future but also greatly enlarged our knowledge of the thinking and resources behind this and earlier atrocities.


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