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Report: Turkey Terror Warnings

Turkey has reportedly warned of possible terror attacks this month specifically targeting Westerners and officials after 35 specially trained terrorists recently entered the country from northern Iraq. Turkish newspaper Zaman reports that two terror warnings were issued by the Security General Directorate and sent to security units in provincial Turkey. One of the warnings said al Qaeda terrorists would attempt bombings, including suicide bombings, in April. The target of the attacks would be business centers, airports, humanitarian aid establishments and logistic depots in Turkey, the United States, England, Israel, Spain and Australia. Assassinations would also be plotted against the officials of these countries, the newspaper reports. Senior Australian officials — including federal treasurer and future leadership contender Peter Costello — will be in Turkey later this week for military memorial services at ANZAC Cove on the country’s northwest coast. Full Story

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