Diplomatic missions worldwide ordered on high alert

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February 13, 2012 14:13

 
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Following attacks launched against two Israeli embassies in Georgia and India, all Israeli embassies and consulates worldwide have been ordered to go on high alert.

Diplomats have been ordered to check in and citizens currently overseas have been asked to do the same, reporting where they are and what their status is.

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