Americans Advised to Avoid Flights from Guyana Due to Terror Threat

An unconfirmed threat was troubling enough to warrant a warning about specific airlines.
3:00 | 02/10/14

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First, big terror news breaking overnight. The U.S. Government is warning American citizens not the fly caribbean airlines because of threat information about flights into the U.S. Today. Brian Ross has more. This is a specific warning. It is. It's stark and unprecedented. To Americans to avoid this specific airline starting today until at least Wednesday because of a terror threat unconfirmed but troubling enough to warrant this unusual arrest. It fries from Guyana into new York, Miami. U.s. Officials have been worried about terror lynx in Guyana. One of the most want terrorists is believed to be the most active U.S. Person plotting against American citizens. There's an A.P. Report overnight that U.S. Officials have identified an American member of Al Qaeda overseas actively planning attacks. They're trying to debate on whether or not to have a drone strike against this American. We don't know who this is right now. Not identified by the associated pres. They say there's a debate within the administration about the president's tactic of addressing U.S. Terrorists with strikes. It would have to be done by the Pentagon norkts cia. Thank you, Brian. Let's get the other top stories from josh. Nearly two dozen avalanche

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