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September 14, 2012 5:02 pm

Universities in Texas and South Dakota Evacuated After Al Qaeda Bomb Threats; no Explosives Found

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A sports game at the University of Texas at Austin, which has 50,000 students on campus.

Daily Mail – The University’s of Texas at Austin and  North Dakota State University in Fargo both rushed to  evacuate this morning after receiving terror threats from a man claiming to be with al Qaeda – but after a thorough search of the premises no bombs were found and it was not clear whether the threats were related.

Initially the large two schools did not take the threat’s 100 percent seriously, but the febrile political atmosphere in light of the attacks on U.S. embassies abroad caused the university’s to order their staff and students from all buildings on their property.

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