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Subways are biggest terror threat post 9/11

Posted on July 18, 2011

NEW YORK CITY — The possibility that New York's subway system could be the target of a terrorist attack is a constant worry for authorities, according to an AP report. The 800-mile system, which has more than 460 stations, poses a challenge to secure. The New York Police Department's security strategy works to make their "presence seen and felt in different ways," including the use of bomb-sniffing dogs, random bag searches, regular inspections of tunnels and mining for intelligence about potential plots. To read the full story, click here.

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