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Argentina Orders Increased Security

Argentina ordered security to be stepped up near the U.S., Spanish, British and Italian embassies in Buenos Aires after government officials said they received foreign intelligence warnings of possible terrorist threats. Defense Minister Jose Pampuro said Wednesday that Argentina was also stepping up border patrols after receiving warnings from “two international intelligence services” whom he did not identify. “We have received information from the national and international intelligence services that Argentina could face some sort of attack,” Pampuro told Radio 10, a major Argentine broadcaster. He did not elaborate on which countries provided the information or what group was threatening to attack. But Argentina’s largest daily, Clarin, quoted an unidentified government official in a published report Wednesday as saying the government had been warned of a possible attempt against “American, British, Italian and Israeli interests.” Full Story

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