RT discusses Al-Qaeda chief’s 9/11 anniv. video with former MI5 intelligence officer

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As US intelligence services now warn that Al-Qaeda could regroup and attack the country once again, RT discusses the possibility that the group’s leader Ayman al-Zawahiri is alive, with a former MI5 intelligence officer Annie Machon.

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