Kadlec, Daniel; Burger, Timothy J.; MacLeod, Scott; Shannon, Elaine; Wise, Lindsay
August 2005
Time;8/1/2005, Vol. 166 Issue 5, p13
Reports on a deadly terrorist attack in the Egyptian resort town of Sharm el-Sheikh, where three explosions killed at least 88 and wounded more than 200. Efforts of terrorists to undermine President Hosni Mubarak; Views of Middle East experts and diplomats; Implications for Egypt and other pro-Western governments; Outlook for a reaction from the Egyptian government; Question of whether al-Qaeda is moving into a global operational mode.


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