German media: Paris attack suspect had papers on nuclear research center

By REUTERS
April 14, 2016 11:40

 
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BERLIN - Salah Abdeslam, a prime suspect in the Paris attacks, had documents about the German nuclear research center Juelich in his apartment in the Molenbeek area of Brussels, a group of German newspapers reported on Thursday.

Juelich is near the Belgian border and atomic waste is stored there. The center said in a statement there was no indication of any danger and that it was in contact with security authorities and nuclear supervisors.

The Redaktionsnetzwerk Deutschland (RND) group cited sources within the parliamentary control committee, whose meetings are confidential, as saying Hans-Georg Maassen, head of Germany's domestic intelligence agency (BfV), had told the nine-person committee at the end of March that Abdeslam had the documents.

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