Prime Minister David Cameron warns that extremists affiliated with the Islamic state (IS) are planning to carry out attacks against Britain.
- There are people in Syria and Iraq, who plans to carry out atrocities in Britain and elsewhere, and as long ISIL exist in the two countries, we are threatened, said Cameron in a radio interview with the BBC, where he used one of several names of the extremist group.
Cameron's comment comes after nearly 40 foreigners, among them many Brits, on Friday was killed in the attack against tourists in Sousse in Tunisia.
IS has claimed responsibility for the attack.
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