Djibouti warning

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Aware of information about potential terrorist threats aimed at US interests in the Republic of Djibouti, the US Department of State continues to warn of the risks of travel there. 

The most recent terrorist incident took place back on May 24, 2014, when two suicide bombers attacked a restaurant popular with Westerners in the capital, Djibouti, killing one person. Al-Shabaab claimed responsibility.

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Aware of information about potential terrorist threats aimed at US interests in the Republic of Djibouti, the US Department of State continues to warn of the risks of travel there. 

The most recent terrorist incident took place back on May 24, 2014, when two suicide bombers attacked a restaurant popular with Westerners in the capital, Djibouti, killing one person. Al-Shabaab claimed responsibility.