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Terror threats against El Salvador remain murky

The government here has yet to determine whether there is any substance to threats by Islamic militants to attack the Central American country in retaliation for its troop presence in Iraq, Salvadoran President Tony Saca said. “As a responsible government, we have implemented all domestic security measures, regardless of the veracity of the threats,” he said late Tuesday in a meeting with foreign reporters. “I cannot guarantee that the threats are real, they seem pretty unusual,” the president added. Between Aug. 5 and 16, purported radical Islamic groups published statements on an Internet site threatening to stage terror attacks in El Salvador if that country did not pull its soldiers out of Iraq. Full Story

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