Wednesday, September 23, 2009

US Closes Facilities in S. Africa Over Security Concerns

South Africa's top crime fighter says police are in control of the situation after the United States closed all its facilities in the country on security concerns.

Republic of South Africa

Police Commissioner Bheki Cele told a media briefing in Cape Town the national police service is working closely with the US Embassy after all US facilities were closed Tuesday.

"Our intelligence has had meetings...with American personnel...and we are working on it. It happen[ed] [a] few hours, less than 24 [hours ago]. There are things that have happened, there are things that are happening and we are in constant contact with them, so we cannot begin to release, what have we done, and what is happening, as we are seated here," Cele said.



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