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Australia Travel Warning For Indonesia

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 CGK    2,586

I wonder what the Aussies know that we don't. Has the  US state Department put out a warning for  Americans? Nope! https://travel.state.gov/content/passports/en/alertswarnings.html

 

Australia warns travellers of possible militant attacks in Indonesia

Australia issued a warning on Thursday about possible militant attacks being planned in Indonesia, only days after a similar warning for the Malaysian capital, another sign of rising concern over militancy in Southeast Asia.

"Recent indications suggest that terrorists may be in the advanced stages of preparing attacks in Indonesia," said the travel advisory on an Australian government website (http://smartraveller.gov.au/countries/indonesia).

The Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade did not respond to a request for more details.

Australia issued a similar statement on Sunday about possible attacks in and around Kuala Lumpur.

The British, New Zealand, Canadian and other diplomatic missions in Malaysia soon followed with notices advising against travel to coastal islands in the eastern state of Sabah.

More: http://news.trust.org/item/20160225044200-d7978

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 CSB    1,912

News Flash

Caution : When traveling with in the Continental United States pay heed to the low IQ,ed Militant minded morons known as police .

They remain armed and dangerous !

There is a :conspiracy:going down in a free nation

 

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 puddle    7

I doubt very much that these "terrorist" attacks would amount to anything compared with the terrorist attacks committed by the US, UK and Australia against the people of Indonesia and East Timor back in the 1960s and 70s.

 

 

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