NORMAN, Okla. (AP) -- CIA Director Leon Panetta says America's counterterrorism operations are putting senior al-Qaida leaders under tremendous pressure.
Panetta made the comments Monday during a foreign policy conference at the University of Oklahoma. Panetta says al-Qaida is an adaptive, resilient group of terrorists whose top goal is to attack the United States.
Panneta says that in recent months counterterrorism activity has resulted in the deaths of half of al-Qaida's top 20 leaders. He says the CIA is effectively conducting operations that disrupt al-Qaida and that as a result, al-Qaida leaders are on the run.
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