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In a video surfacing more than a year, Al Qaeda leader Bin Laden makes a dramatic intervention in the US presidential race, by releasing a videotape warning of possible new terror attacks against the US. Addressed to the American people An American people may be:
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An October surprise is American political jargon describing a news event with the potential to influence the outcome of an election, " for the US presidential campaign raised the spectre of another Al Qaeda attack on America while deriding the leadership of Pres Bush. Bin Laden said: "Your security is not in the hands of Kerry or Bush or Al Qaeda. Your security is in your own hands". He says the "best way to avoid another Manhattan" was to stop threatening the security of Muslims. He admits direct responsibility for the 9/11 attacks on New York New York, state, United States
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America's Most Wanted is a long-running TV show produced by 20th Century Fox. man little over three days before the election has the potential to cut both ways with voters. On the one hand, the vivid evidence that Bin Laden is still at large could boost Kerry's argument that the president has failed to follow through on his rhetoric in the war on terror This article is about U.S. actions, and those of other states, after September 11, 2001. For other conflicts, see Terrorism.
The War on Terror (also known as the War on Terrorism .