US tells diplomatic staff to leave Lahore after security threat
By Canadian SecurityNews Public Sector Lahore security threat US
The Guardian reports this morning that the U.S. has ordered its diplomatic staff to leave Lahore, citing a specific security threat amid soaring terrorist violence in Pakistan.
Even though the US consulate in Pakistan’s second largest city was closed for the Islamic holiday of Eid al-Fitr, non-essential staff were told it would not be safe for them to remain in their homes in the city. Read the full story here.
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