U.S., Britain and Japan Issue Travel Warning

The threat of al-Qaida strikes again.


Japan has joined the United States and Great Britain in issuing a travel alert, warning of a possible terrorist attack by al-Qaida. The Foreign Ministry in Tokyo urged Japanese citizens to be careful when using public transportation or visiting popular tourist sites because al-Qaida and other groups are targeting transportation sites around the world. Washington warned Sunday that al-Qaida might target transport infrastructure here. This warning came after an earlier warning to U.S. citizens living and traveling abroad. Some believe that despite the warnings, al-Qaida will attack anyway. You think?

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