Germany says it has information Islamic State planned suicide attacks in Munich

By REUTERS
January 1, 2016 04:46

 
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German police took the decision to shut down two main train stations in Munich after receiving "very concrete information" from the intelligence service of a friendly country that the Islamic State militant group had planned to carry out attacks in the southern city on New Year's Eve, Bavaria Interior Minister Joachim Herrmann told a news conference on Friday.

Munich police chief Hubertus Andrae said the militant group had planned to use suicide bombers in the attack.

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