The US has issued warnings to its citizens about travelling to the UK and continental Europe this summer.
An update from the State Department, issued on Monday evening, warned that Isis and al-Qaeda ‘have the ability to plan and execute terrorist attacks in Europe’.
It tells American travellers to be prepared with ‘an emergency plan of action’ if they visit Britain…
Tourists told attacks could happen on the continent ‘with little or no warning’. The notice cited incidents linked to terrorism in France, Russia, Sweden and the UK as evidence Isis, al-Qaeda and affiliated groups could carry out terror attacks on the continent. The alert will expire on 1 September.
- US State Dept issues Travel Alert amid terrorism threats ‘throughout Europe’