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CIA warns France of bomb threat

Several Paris rail stations were evacuated on Thursday after the CIA warned of a possible bomb attack. Police said the CIA had told the French authorities of an anonymous message they had received warning of a possible attack between 1830 and 1930 GMT. Traffic on the suburban RER line was halted and a number of stations were cleared in response to the tip-off. The alert was lifted around 1930 GMT after police searches on the affected rail line found nothing suspicious. “Following systematic searches of stations on RER A line, the police prefecture has requested the RATP (Paris region transport authority) to resume normal traffic,” a police spokesman said. Full Story

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