IS Hints at Future Attacks in London, Berlin and Rome

CAIRO (Reuters) -
FILE - In this undated file photo released online in the summer of 2014 on a militant social media account, which has been verified and is consistent with other AP reporting, militants of the Islamic State group hold up their weapons and wave its flags on their vehicles in a convoy on a road leading to Iraq, in Raqqa, Syria. The extremist group that once bragged about minting its own currency is now accepting only U.S. dollars in Raqqa, slashing salaries across the board and imposing “exit fees” for those trying to leave its domain. (Militant photo via AP, File)
Terrorists of the Islamic State group hold up their weapons and wave its flags from their vehicles, in a convoy on a road leading to Iraq, in Raqqa, Syria. (Militant photo via AP, File)

The Islamic State terror group released a video on Tuesday suggesting it may carry out further attacks in the West, naming London, Berlin, and Rome as possible targets.

“If it was Paris yesterday, and today Brussels, Allah knows where it will be tomorrow. Maybe it will be in London or Berlin or Rome,” a member of the group said in English, on the video which showed footage of the aftermath of previous attacks.

Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the bombings that killed 32 people in Brussels in March and the terror attacks in Paris last November that killed 130.

The video showed images of the House of Commons in London and Rome’s Colosseum.