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Holiday Season Could Be Target for Terrorists, DHS Says


(Worthy News) - U.S. officials issued a somber warning today that the coming holiday season could mean "opportunities for violent extremists" to strike, especially as terrorist groups are squeezed abroad.

"Though we know of no intelligence that is both specific and credible at this time of a plot by terrorist organizations to attack the homeland, the reality is terrorist-inspired individuals have conducted, or attempted to conduct, attacks in the United States," reads a bulletin posted online today by the Department of Homeland Security.

The warning says terrorists could attempt to target "public events and places where people congregate." [ Source ]

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