Report: German police arrest man suspected of planning attack

By REUTERS
August 17, 2016 15:38

 
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BERLIN German elite police have arrested a 27-year old German man suspected of having explosives in his apartment and planning an attack at a festival in the eastern town of Eisenhuettenstadt, Germany's Focus magazine reported on Wednesday.

The magazine reported the man had a Salafist background.

Police were not immediately available to comment. The interior ministry in the state of Brandenburg declined to comment

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