Thanks to Muslim terrorists, Americans and Europeans are being warned about enjoying their Easter weekend. As they continue to plan attacks in Europe, there is a high travel alert.
The State Department has warned Americans travelling to Europe to be vigilant and stay away from large crowds during the Easter celebrations following the Brussels suicide bombings.
Officials issued a Europe-wide travel alert on transport networks and at tourist sites after the triple-bombing in Belgium on Tuesday that left 34 people dead.
‘Terrorist groups continue to plan near-term attacks throughout Europe, targeting sporting events, tourist sites, restaurants, and transportation,’ it said in a statement.
U.S. citizens have also been urged to take precautions in public places, avoid crowded areas and to use extra caution during religious holidays and at large events – hinting at Easter this weekend.
Meanwhile security has been beefed up across America over fears the suicide bombings in Brussels could prompt copy-cat killings or inspire lone wolf-style attacks, such as the one in San Bernardino.
Security has been ramped up at major airports and transit hubs around the country including in Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Denver, Los Angeles, Miami, and Philadelphia.
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