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Ridge Addresses Olympic Security Concerns

The State Department has issued a strong warning to the 15,000 Americans expected to travel to Sochi, urging them to be on high alert.
Former Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge appeared on CNN today addressing security concerns that are mounting over the threat of a terrorist attack in Sochi, Russia.
Today, the Olympic torch arrived in Volgograd, Russia, the city where twin suicide bombings killed dozens of residents just a few weeks ago.
Despite the festive mood, tensions are high in advance of the Olympic games next month in nearby Sochi.
New video released by an Islamist militant group appears to show the two terrorists allegedly responsible for the attacks.
The group warns this is just the beginning - in the tape, the men promise a "surprise package" for those who come to the Olympics.
The State Department has issued a strong warning to the 15,000 Americans expected to travel to Sochi, urging them to be on high alert.
Meanwhile, the U.S. Military says it will have up to two warships and several large transport aircraft on standby under a contingency plan to help evacuate American officials and athletes during the Sochi Olympics if ordered.
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