A French police car is seen outside the Lycee Henri IV after police intervened at Paris high schools ater five of them received a bomb threat by telephone around mid-morning, in Paris, France, January 26, 2016. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann
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More than 20 schools in France, Italy and Britain were placed on alert Thursday after receiving threatening phone calls, following a wave of hoax bomb scares earlier this week.French education authorities said there were "no bomb alerts but threats" at five of the most prestigious schools in Paris, without giving further details.In Britain, police said they were probing threats at 14 schools in central England believed to be "false and malicious".The threats come two days after six Paris schools and 14 in Britain were evacuated following hoax bomb threats.
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