War on Terrorism

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Homeland Security Daily Open Source Infrastructure Report for 19 January 2010

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The New York Times reports that on January 14 the Department of Homeland Security moved to increase random checks for explosives at American airports after officials cited a heightened concern over possible terror plots against the aviation system by al Qaeda operatives. Counterterrorism officials said the threat information was vague and did not specify a particular target or date. (See item 21)

According to the Associated Press, a chemical spill at the Clackamas County Dental Clinic in Oregon City, Oregon sent at least 10 people to three area hospitals on January 14. The spilled chemical was formocresol, a solution used in dental work. (See item 41)

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