U.S issues warning to America as fear of global protests spike
THIS MORNINGS TOP STORY:
WASHINGTON, DC: U.S OFFICIALS including the Department of Homeland Security & the Federal Bureau of Investigations have issued a warning to residents of America citing high fears that protests in response to an Anti Muslim film may soon hit American soil.
“The risk of violence could increase both at home and abroad as the film continues to gain attention,” the U.S. agencies said. “Additionally, we judge that violent extremist groups in the United States could exploit anger over the film to advance their recruitment efforts.”
People have reportedly taken to the streets in more than 11 nations across the world in harsh response to the film that has set off an international riot because it mocked the Prophet Mohammed.
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