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**FILE** This undated photo released on Oct. 30, 2010 by the Dubai Police via the state Emirates News Agency (WAM) claims to show a computer printer and other contents of a package found onboard a cargo plane coming from Yemen, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Terrorist monitoring groups say al Qaeda of the Arabian Peninsula claims its attempts to blow up package bombs on two cargo flights headed to the U.S. cost only $4,200. (Associated Press/Dubai Police via Emirates News Agency)
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**FILE** This undated photo released on Oct. 30, 2010 by the Dubai Police via the state Emirates News Agency (WAM) claims to show a computer printer and other contents of a package found onboard a cargo plane coming from Yemen, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Terrorist monitoring groups say al Qaeda of the Arabian Peninsula claims its attempts to blow up package bombs on two cargo flights headed to the U.S. cost only $4,200. (Associated Press/Dubai Police via Emirates News Agency)

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