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Topic - Dor Shapira
CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — The U.S., British and Israeli embassies each received packages containing a suspicious powder yesterday, creating a security scare in which some staff members were evacuated and police cordoned off nearby streets, police said.
Mr. Shapira said the police are investigating who sent the envelopes but did not give any other details.
He said the envelopes sent to the other two embassies were similar.