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Iran’s Ties to al-Qaida Pose Nagging Questionsi
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Jeff Seldin
March 24, 2014 11:08 PM
As the U.S. and the West continue negotiations with Iran over its controversial nuclear program, the specter of Iran’s ties to terrorism - and specifically al-Qaida - lingers in the background, analysts and U.S. officials say. Jeff Seldin has the details.

Iran’s Ties to al-Qaida Pose Nagging Questions

Published March 24, 2014

As the U.S. and the West continue negotiations with Iran over its controversial nuclear program, the specter of Iran’s ties to terrorism - and specifically al-Qaida - lingers in the background, analysts and U.S. officials say. Jeff Seldin has the details.


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