Interpol warns of global attacks if Quran burned

Interpol Secretary General Ronald Noble said he had warned member states that "if the proposed Quran burning ... goes ahead as planned, there is a strong likelihood that violent attacks on innocent people would follow.

"Although there are currently no specific details as to what forms of terror attacks would follow, what is clear is -- if the Quran burning goes ahead as planned -- there will be tragic consequences," he said in a statement. (AFP)

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