INSIDE THE JIHAD: How Al-Qaeda Got Back On The Attack

With new bases and a looser structure, the group strikes again at the U.S. and allies. A look inside the battle to break up the plots

The Sari Club, in the town of Kuta on the Indonesian island of Bali, was one of those places where the world comes out to play. By 11 p.m. on Oct. 12, it was packed with the usual crowd--tanned Australian kids in shorts and halter tops dancing to house music, surfers in from the beach downing beers and Jell-O shots, expat sports teams from Hong Kong and Singapore, backpackers from around the world--the children of globalization, mobile phones in hand, making out before heading back to their cheap hotels. David Fielder, 46, a British rugby referee in town from Hong Kong...

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