Suicide bombings in Israel have been reduced dramatically since 2002, in part because of better intelligence about potential bombers, an Israeli official told a U.S. anticrime conference yesterday. Israel L. Barak-Glantz, chief scientist of Israel's Ministry of Public Security, drew a packed house at a the U.S. Justice Department's annual conference on criminal justice research and evaluation. There were 132 suicide bombings in 2002, but the total dropped to 63 last year. There have . . .
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