Germany: Suspicious package found in Angela Merkel's mail

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November 2, 2010 18:25

 
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A suspicious package was found in the mail at German Chancellor Angela Merkel's office on Tuesday, Reuters reported.

"It can't be ruled out that the package contains explosives," a government spokesman said. He added "the investigation is continuing. No one has been injured."

Merkel was out of the country on an official visit in Belgium when the package was discovered but security outside of the chancellery has been increased.


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