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'We can't be complacent' about terrorism

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President Barack Obama has ordered a review of security measures after a man boarded a transatlantic flight allegedly carrying explosives. Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, aged 23, was known to both US and British security agencies. Security correspondent Gordon Correra outlines the incident and Home Secretary Alan Johnson discusses the investigation.

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