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US warns citizens against travel to Pak

The US has warned its citizens to defer travel to Pakistan in the wake of intelligence inputs indicating threat to westerners in the country.

Lahore, May 27 : The US has warned its citizens to defer travel to Pakistan in the wake of intelligence inputs indicating threat to westerners in the country.

A warden notice issued by the US Embassy in Islamabad said: "Recent information indicates that terrorists may be planning to conduct attacks against Western interests in Pakistan. These interests may include NGOs and companies. No further information is available regarding the exact timing, location, or specific targets of these attacks. US citizens should defer travel, and are reminded to examine their personal security practices".

The advisory further said that the embassy would want the American community in the country to "remain alert, reduce travel to minimum acceptable levels and to act self-defensively at all times".

"American citizens should avoid areas where Westerners are known to congregate, vary their routes and times, and maintain a low profile. We remind American citizens that protests and demonstrations may occur throughout Pakistan without prior notice and to avoid all demonstrations and protests," the Daily Times quoted the notice as saying.

ANI

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