1. Anniversary

    Officials: High Alert for Body Bombs

    FILE - This April 1998 file photo shows exiled al Qaida leader Osama bin Laden in Afghanistan. The defense lawyer for Osama bin Laden's family said Friday, April 13, 2012 that Pakistan will deport the slain al-Qaida chief's three widows and their children to Saudi Arabia next week. Mohammed Amir Khalil says the family will be deported on April 18, a day after they finish their 45-day prison sentence for illegally entering and living in the country.(AP Photo, File)

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    With the first anniversary of Osama bin Laden’s May 2 killing fast approaching, officials revealed Monday that they were on high alert for body bombs used by terrorists on U.S.-bound flights. Security at British airports and other locations around the world has been stepped up, as officials believe that terrorists might try to hide bombs inside their bodies to get them on a plane. Additional air marshals have been moved overseas in advance of the anniversary. Medical experts say it is feasible to build a metal-less bomb to fit inside the abdominal cavity.

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