Britain Warns Citizens Against Travel to Turkey

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Citing a" significant" terror threat, the British government warns its citizens not to travel to Turkey. British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw flies to Istanbul following twin truck bombings Thursday that targeted the British consulate and a British bank, killing 27 people. Turkey's foreign minister says several people have been arrested in connection with Thursday's attacks. Hear NPR's Guy Raz.

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