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Bergen: Time to move on from war on terror

The killing of al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden should be the cue for the United States to end its war on terror, CNN National Security Analyst Peter Bergen said Monday. "Killing bin Laden is the end of the war on terror. We can just sort of announce that right now," Bergen said. Bergen believes [...]
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