No evidence of imminent attacks, Germany says (Extra)
Oct 3, 2010, 15:20 GMT
Berlin - The German Interior Ministry on Sunday said that it had no concrete evidence of imminent terrorist attacks but was investigating with 'high intensity,' after US and British authorities issued a terror alert.
Officials were re-checking all security measures in the light of the US warning, but there was currently 'no cause to alter current threat evaluations,' a ministry spokesperson said.
Authorities in the United States on Sunday warned its citizens of the potential threat of terrorist attacks in Europe, while Britain issued an alert for travellers in France and Germany.
There was information to suggest that al-Qaeda and affiliated organizations were planning such attacks, the US State Department said in its travel alert.
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