Monday, April 20, 2015

Terrorism warning could hurt European tourism

The U.S. government's warning to travelers, issued this weekend, to be alert to terrorist attacks in Europe, could hurt the continent's economy if it keeps Americans from traveling. But from what is being reported from Europe so far, but it doesn't seem to have scared many of the visitors already there. The warning was quite vague, and warned travelers to do what most of them already do: Be aware of surroundings and look for unaccompanied packages. The story of reaction to the alert in Europe can be found here ...

Terrorism warning could hurt European tourism

The U.S. government's warning to travelers, issued this weekend, to be alert to terrorist attacks in Europe, could hurt the continent's economy if it keeps Americans from traveling. But from what is being reported from Europe so far, but it doesn't seem to have scared many of the visitors already there. The warning was quite vague, and warned travelers to do what most of them already do: Be aware of surroundings and look for unaccompanied packages.  The story of reaction to the alert in Europe can be found here ... 

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