ISIS planning more terror attacks in Europe, captured documents reveal
Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) is planning attacks across Europe, according to intelligence seized by Western-backed rebels in Syria, a British general has claimed.
Major-General Rupert Jones, deputy commander of US-led operations against the terrorist group, said that information retrieved by Kurdish and Arab militias in the former IS stronghold of Manbij indicates that there are explicit threats to Europe and elsewhere.
Jones did not disclose any information found in the plans, but said that the data acquired by rebel forces will be shared with British and other coalition agencies as quickly as possible.
The discovery comes as the US State Department issued a terrorism warning to its citizens visiting Europe over Christmas
— RT UK (@RTUKnews) November 4, 2016