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New York homes raided over suspected al Qaeda link

New York City police and the FBI raided homes in the borough of Queens early Monday as part of an investigation that has tracked a man suspected of sympathizing with al Qaeda, officials said.

NYPD and FBI officials provided few details, calling it part of an ongoing investigation by a joint terrorism task force, but members of US Congress briefed by the Federal Bureau of Investigation said there was no imminent danger.

Authorities launched the raids after a suspect they had under surveillance met with people in Queens, the ethnically diverse borough across the East River from Manhattan. Neighbours at one apartment building, described an operation in which heavily armed FBI agents arrived in unmarked vehicles and stormed the building.

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