Skip to comments.France, Germany shut Yemen embassies after U.S. travel alert
Posted on 08/03/2013 1:25:10 PM PDT by Berlin_Freeper
France and Germany are closing their embassies in Yemen on Sunday and Monday, which follows in the wake of the United States, which issued a global travel alert yesterday citing an al-Qaeda threat. That alert also caused the State Department to announce it would close its embassies this Sunday around the Muslim world.
Interpol, meanwhile, issued a global security alert Saturday in connection with suspected al-Qaeda involvement in several recent prison escapes including those in Iraq, Libya and Pakistan. The alert calls on Interpol's 190 member countries to help determine whether these events are co-ordinated or linked.
(Excerpt) Read more at cbc.ca ...
"President Barack Obama is about to release or transfer 55 Gitmo prisoners, despite reports that the Libyan believed to be behind the killing of US Ambassador Christopher Stevens was a former Guantanamo inmate transferred to Libyan custody.
The large percentage of those scheduled to be released are Yemeni, according to a list made public by the Obama administration."
That’l show ‘em...keep it up and we’ll close on Wednesdays too.
omg NOT WEDNESDAYS
So... its Yemen the other countries are focusing on. Even the UK.
That and the AQ prison outbreaks.
Those 20,000 m-16s stolen in Kuwait ended up somewhere. Don’t know why they would need them in Syria when we are sending them to the Syrians through Libya.
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