Threats of a terrorist attack on the shattered city of Aceh are being dismissed as "unfound rumors". Denmark has stated that it has recieved
information of imminent terrorist attacks against aid workers in Aceh.
GALLE, Sri Lanka (Reuters) - Asia's tsunami death toll soared past 175,000 Monday as Sri Lanka confirmed thousands more dead, while fears re-emerged
over the safety of aid workers in Indonesia's shattered Aceh province.
Denmark said it had information "imminent" terror attacks were planned against aid workers in Aceh, where U.S. and other foreign troops have joined
relief teams clearing rubble from the Dec. 26 disaster which killed 115,000 in that province alone.
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The disastrous tsunami, which killed 115,000 from that area alone, is not the only fear that aid workers must face. US and other foreign troops
heading up a relief effort are now dealing with terrorist threats.
Danish Foreign Ministry official Niels Erik Andersen told Danish radio, that they had recieved information that an attack would be imminent sometime
today. It is feared that aid workers helping to clear the rubbing from the tsunami may become political targets in Indonesia.
Yea but Allah wants that right? (No I don’t think all Muslims are like that) But the ones who are have to be the up there as thee most evil,
brainwashed, people on the planet. Ya know I do not like Bush’s Policy or Him for that matter, but are these people making a good case for Bush to
use whatever force necessary to kill them all. Ugggh, what is wrong with people
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