Significant uptick in attacks on Americans in Middle East possible, says US Defence secretary

Significant uptick in attacks on Americans in Middle East possible, says US Defence secretary
Significant uptick in attacks on Americans in Middle East possible, says US Defence secretary

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - Defence Secretary Lloyd Austin says the US foresees increased attacks on US citizens and troops. — Tom Williams/Pool/Reuters pic

WASHINGTON, Oct 22 — The US Department of Defence warned today that there’s a possibility of a “significant escalation” of attacks on troops and citizens in the Middle East.

“We’re seeing a prospect of a significant escalation of attacks on our troops and people throughout the region,” Lloyd Austin, the US Defence secretary, told ABC’s This Week. — Reuters

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