British Govt warns of Terror Attacks in Malawi

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The British government says terrorists could carry out attacks in Malawi. The alert has been posted on the British website for British citizens living in a foreign land.

The information is coming from the UK Counter Terrorism Policing today posted under Travel Advice for Malawi.

British High Commissioner to Malawi, David Beer has confirmed the suspicions.

“The safety of British Nationals abroad is a major concern for the FCDO. We, therefore, attach great importance to providing information about personal safety and security overseas, including an assessment of the threat from terrorism, to enable people to make informed decisions about travel,” Beer told the local press a while ago.

He says this follows a regular review of terrorism risks. But “we do not advise against travel to any part of Malawi. See GOV.UK for further details.”

Security authorities in Malawi have yet to make a public statement on the warning.

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