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-- laden killing are you and your family.
Chief intelligence correspondent Catherine Herridge takes a look.
With bin Laden's death al-Qaeda is weaker but a year later the network is diversifying.
It would be a mistake to believe this threat has past current and former intelligence officials say the next plane to small cell attacks but Mumbai India in 2008.
-- -- -- -- on cell phones and hand guns to kill.
More than a 160 people.
The Fort Hood massacre in Texas a year later and this -- shooting -- in -- by a lone -- inspired by radical Islam.
Future attacks against the homeland will be less well organized.
Less likely to succeed.
Less lethal if they do succeed.
Fear they'll they'll be more numerous.
Well -- in Pakistan led by bin Laden's deputy numbers in the low hundreds the network's affiliates are gaining ground.
-- cut -- in North Africa is the strongest financial.
Demanding multi million dollar ransoms for western hostages.
So Nigeria's -- the -- around seeks to establish an Islamic state through violence.
With several thousand members the affiliate in Yemen -- so openly criticize al-Qaeda is black banner.
The renewed concern about -- bonds is tied to this Saudi who developed the underwear bomb and printer cartridge bombs.
He Green Ellis -- was nine killed in the CIA strike last fall.
-- from his -- in Yemen he remains active.
What we -- just concerned about is their ferocious appetite.
For finding new ways.
To promote -- violence and terror around the world.
Al-Qaeda has shown its ability to reconstitute after major military strikes in 2000 into a CIA drone took -- the leaders of al-Qaeda in Yemen.
And seven years later the group nearly brought down a plane over Detroit on Christmas Day.
-- Catherine thank you.
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