A bomb threat to Ford's Romeo Engine Plant has closed the factory. Police have arrived on the scene with bomb-sniffing dogs.
Australia is very much on edge. Last week, the country prevented a potentially gruesome terror plot by religious extremists supporting the Islamic State that sought to hold public beheadings in two of the country's cities. Earlier this week, meanwhile, ISIS called on its followers to kill Australians after the country committed 600 troops to support coalition air strikes in the Middle East. With such high-profile threats, we can't really blame an Australian motorcyclist for the concern when his
The Italian news source, Agenzia Giornalistica Italia (AGI), reported there was a bomb threat Monday morning at GM's Piazzale dell'Industria office. According to AGI, an anonymous phone call alerted GM at which point the company contacted the appropriate authorities. The Italian military police (Carabinieri) and bomb disposal experts swept the building but found nothing.
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