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City Turns Up Security Heat at Landmarks

Police have stepped up security at synagogues and major public places in New York in response to the terrorist bombings of Jewish temples in Turkey, officials said yesterday. The measures include posting police cars outside some synagogues and ordering patrol cars or beat cops to pass by others more frequently. Increased police presence was also ordered for city landmarks like Rockefeller Center, the Empire State Building, Madison Square Garden, Radio City Music Hall, the East River bridges and other high-profile spots, sources said. Police have not received specific threats of an attack on New York in the wake of the Istanbul bombings, but officials decided to take added precautions nonetheless. Full Story

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