Report: Munich police warn of planned attack, evacuate two train stations

By REUTERS
January 1, 2016 00:36

 
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Police in Munich, Germany, evacuated two train stations on Thursday night after indications of a planned attack, CNBC reported.

Police said in a tweet that people should avoid crowds and train stations, according to CNBC.

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