Israel issues severe travel warning for India, citing immediate threat of attacks | Reuters

JERUSALEM Israel's anti-terrorism directorate on Friday issued a travel warning for India, citing an immediate threat of attack to Western and tourist targets, particularly in the south-west of the country.'A particular emphasis should be put on events in the coming days in connection with beach and club parties celebrating the New Year where a concentration of tourists will be high,' part of the warning said. (Writing by Ori Lewis; editing by Jason Neely)

Reuters December 30, 2016 23:02:42 IST
Israel issues severe travel warning for India, citing immediate threat of attacks
| Reuters

Israel issues severe travel warning for India citing immediate threat of attacks
 Reuters

JERUSALEM Israel's anti-terrorism directorate on Friday issued a travel warning for India, citing an immediate threat of attack to Western and tourist targets, particularly in the south-west of the country."A particular emphasis should be put on events in the coming days in connection with beach and club parties celebrating the New Year where a concentration of tourists will be high," part of the warning said.

(Writing by Ori Lewis; editing by Jason Neely)

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