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UK launches terror 'alert' advice

The British government has launched a public information leaflet backed by TV commercials designed to tell people what to do in the event of a terror attack. Home Secretary David Blunkett said he did not want to raise unnecessary fears but the government wanted people to be “alert not alarmed” about possible terror threats. “It (the leaflet) is all about helping you to do what you need to do and know what you need to know,” he told BBC television. “This could be from a terrorism attack all the way through to a major fire, to a flood, to a situation where you’re actually trying to help other people.” Full Story

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