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    Energy Facilities Could Face More Sophisticated Attacksi
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    February 08, 2013 10:55 PM
    Oil prices jumped recently when terrorists launched a deadly attack on a major energy facility in Algeria. VOA’s Jim Randle reports that some experts believe more attacks are likely, and the weapons and tactics used probably will become more sophisticated.

    Energy Facilities Could Face More Sophisticated Attacks

    Published February 08, 2013

    Oil prices jumped recently when terrorists launched a deadly attack on a major energy facility in Algeria. VOA’s Jim Randle reports that some experts believe more attacks are likely, and the weapons and tactics used probably will become more sophisticated.


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