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Israeli police have tightened security in central Jerusalem in connection with a possible terrorist act
Russian President Vladimir Putin is to arrive here today. We have information that terrorists may try and explode a bomb in central Jerusalem. And we are analyzing such information, a spokesperson for the city police department told RIA Novosti. Israeli law-enforcement agencies, which receive dozens of similar reports every day, react seriously to such information. Israel is now busy celebrating Passover. For its part, Jerusalem continues to receive hundreds of thousands of people from all over the world. At the same time, the Russian head of state is to arrive on a two-day working visit this evening. Hundreds of police officers are preparing to ensure safety during the Russian leader's visit, the Galei Tsahal radio station said. The police warned Jerusalem motorists about possible traffic changes when the presidential motorcade drives by
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