Germany arrests suspected high-ranking IS militant

By REUTERS
August 9, 2016 18:23

 
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BERLIN - German authorities have arrested a suspected high-ranking Islamic State militant in the western town of Mutterstadt, according to a Bild newspaper report on Tuesday.

The newspaper quoted a spokesman from the Rhineland-Palatinate interior ministry confirming the arrest. He is suspected of being a "high-ranking representative of the militant terror group IS," the newspaper said.



The newspaper, in its online edition, said that the man had been arrested during a routine police stop. It said German authorities had received a tip-off about the man from a prison in the neighbouring state of North Rhine-Westphalia.

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