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an ambassador and staff who live in a country to represent their home country; or the building where they work
  • In 1998, al Qaeda became a household name when his group bombed U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania.
    p. 162.3
  • The Navy's counter-terrorism unit was born in the aftermath of Operation Eagle Claw, the failed 1980 mission ordered by President Jimmy Carter to rescue fifty-two Americans held captive at the U.S. Embassy in Tehran, Iran.
    p. 17.5
  • He followed up the embassy attacks by bombing the USS Cole in Aden harbor in 2000.
    p. 162.3

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