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Al Qaeda 'Can't Hide,' Kerry Warns as Navy SEALs Raid Terror Targets in Somalia, Libya

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Secretary of State John Kerry said Sunday terrorists "can run but they can't hide" after Navy SEALs raided the house of a top leader of the Somali group al Shabaab and separately captured in Libya an al Qaeda leader wanted for bombing U.S. Embassy in 1998 in east Africa.
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Source: Newsy - on October 7, 2013

News video: 2 Raids, 2 Results: SEALs Tried to Capture Al-Shabaab Leader

2 Raids, 2 Results: SEALs Tried to Capture Al-Shabaab Leader

Sources say the failed mission in Somalia was to capture a leader in al-Shabaab, but the target wasn't connected to the Kenyan mall attack.

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