Paris terror suspect still at large after German raid proves fruitless

By REUTERS
November 24, 2015 16:02

 
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BERLIN - German police launched an operation on Tuesday after getting a tipoff that Paris attack suspect Salah Abdeslam, at the center of an international manhunt, was in northwestern Germany but said they have so far found no indication that he is there.

The police received a lead that Abdeslam might be at an address known to them in the area of Minden and Luebbecke in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia.

"After initial intensive investigations, there has so far been no indication to confirm the suspicion," the police said in a statement. "The deployment is continuing at the moment."

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