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Argentina warns of possible attack

Argentina, victim in the 1990s of deadly bombings against Israeli and Jewish centers, has said foreign intelligence services have warned of a possible attack in the South American nation. “Yesterday (Tuesday), we received information from national intelligence services and two foreign intelligence services that Argentina could face some kind of attack,” Defence Minister Jose Pampuro told local radio. Pampuro gave few details but leading Clarin newspaper on Wednesday quoted an unidentified government official as saying that intelligence services had warned of an attack against “U.S, British, Italian or Israeli interests.” Pampuro said the armed forces had been put on alert. The warning comes a day after Britain said it had received information of possible additional attacks in Turkey after suicide bombings this month killed dozens at the British consulate and the London-based banking giant HSBC. Full Story

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