Explosives Checks Rise In Latest Terror Threat

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Law enforcement agencies are inspecting vehicles for explosives around the International Monetary Fund and World Bank buildings in Washington, D.C., as well as other places in downtown Washington and on Capitol Hill, while maintaining police patrols citywide to safeguard against possible attacks on other targets, reports the Washington Post. Reacting to intelligence received by Homeland
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