UN receives 'credible security threat' in Geneva

United Nations offices in Geneva are on heightened security after receiving their first "credible security threat," officials said Wednesday.

By ASSOCIATED PRESS
October 12, 2005 12:03

 
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United Nations offices in Geneva are on heightened security after receiving their first "credible security threat," officials said Wednesday. The threat was received on Monday evening, said a statement. No further details were unavailable, said spokeswoman Elena Ponomareva.

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