Police say no indication that machete killing in southern Germany was terrorist

By REUTERS
July 24, 2016 20:37

 
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BERLIN - There is no indication that an attack by a machete-wielding 21-year-old Syrian refugee that killed a woman in the German city Reutlingen was linked to terrorism, police said on Sunday.

"Given the current evidence, there is no indication that this was a terrorist attack," police said in a statement.

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