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Germans Leave Terror Alert Status Unchanged

With the United States and Britain stepping up their security measures against terrorism, German officials are sitting tight. But they also stress that they could move quickly if necessary. Sitting in his office at the Frankfurt International Airport, Wolfgang Schwalm has one wish. “I haven’t seen any tanks on the runway yet, and let’s hope there won’t be any,” says Schwalm, a spokesman for Fraport, the company that operates Germany’s largest airport. Such thoughts have been crossing his mind lately as camouflaged-clad British troops and tanks moved in this week to protect London’s biggest airport, Heathrow. The 450 British troops were deployed as new warnings about possible terrorist attacks were issued by the CIA on Tuesday. Full Story

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