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Iraq a 'diversion' from fighting Al Qaeda, Kerry says

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By Glen Johnson and Anne E. Kornblut
Globe Staff / September 25, 2004

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PHILADELPHIA -- The invasion of Iraq "was a profound diversion" from the war against America's true terrorist threat, Al Qaeda, and President Bush's actions before, during, and since the attack have made America more vulnerable to terrorism, Democratic presidential nominee John F. Kerry charged yesterday. (Full Article: 1035 Words)

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