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Planet at gunpoint: US warns of terror acts


The US Department of State has warned the Americans of an increased terror threat in the whole world.
The US does not single out any country any more. The terror act is possible in any part of the planet.
According to the State Department, the Islamic State, al-Qaeda and Boko Haram keep orchestrating terror acts in various regions.
As they note in the US, there is a constant threat, which is represented by individuals being under the influence of terror organizations, but planning and implementing attacks on their own.
The State Department urges the Americans to 'be aware of immediate surroundings and avoid large crowds or crowded places,' as well as 'exercise particular caution using transportation, during the holiday season and at holiday festivals or events.'
The warning of a terror threat is issued for three months.


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