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WASA Steps Up Security After ‘Jihad' letter

WASA has decided to close public access to its reservoirs as a result of a “Jihad” letter threatening the country’s water supply. In a statement yesterday, WASA announced “stringent security measures” to protect the country’s water supply. Access to all reservoirs, water treatment plants under the control of the Authority and the new wastewater treatment plant at the Beetham Estate, will be prohibited until further notice. The prohibition extends to the reservoir sites at Hollis, Arena and Navet, which are frequented by nature lovers. Meanwhile, the letter, which was faxed to the south office of the National Broadcasting Network (NBN) is being investigated by the police. Full Story

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