1. U.S. Spies See Signs of al Qaeda Fighters Returning to Afghanistan  The Wall Street Journal
  2. Al Qaeda Could Rebuild in Afghanistan in 1-2 Years, U.S. Officials Say  The New York Times
  3. Al Qaeda could 'threaten' U.S. from Afghanistan within 1 to 2 years, top intelligence official says  The Week Magazine
  4. Al Qaeda could threaten US in 1 to 2 years, officials warn  New York Post
  5. Al-Qaeda Could Strike U.S. From Afghan Base Next Year, Spies Say  Bloomberg
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Al Qaeda could rebuild in Afghanistan and become a threat to the homeland in one to two yearsAl Qaeda could rebuild in Afghanistan and become a threat to the homeland in one to two years

Top Intelligence officials say al Qaeda could rebuild in Afghanistan in one to two years | Fox News

The new timeline is not a radical shift from previous assessments, but reflects the reality that the Taliban have a limited ability to control the borders of Afghanistan.The new timeline is not a radical shift from previous assessments, but reflects the reality that the Taliban have a limited ability to control the borders of Afghanistan.

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WASHINGTON — American intelligence officials say al-Qaida could begin to threaten the homeland from Afghanistan within one to two years, echoing warnings that were issued prior to the U.S. withdrawal ending its 20-year war. WASHINGTON — American intelligence officials say al-Qaida could begin to threaten the homeland from Afghanistan within one to two years, echoing warnings that were issued prior to the U.S. withdrawal ending its 20-year war.

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