French police arrest man suspected of planning New Year's eve attack

By REUTERS
December 28, 2016 14:20

 
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PARIS - Police in south west France have arrested a man suspected of having planned an attack on New Year's eve, a police source said on Wednesday.

Two other people, one of whom is suspected of having planned an attack on police, were arrested in another police raid in south west France, in Toulouse, the police source said.

In France, Britain and Germany, which have all been targets of Islamist militant attacks, police have increased their presence at tourist spots in major cities and other densely populated areas after an attack on a Berlin Christmas market earlier this month.

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