Report: 3 arrested in Austria linked to video threat by Islamic extremists

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September 12, 2007 16:29

 
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Three people have been arrested in Austria in connection with an online video threat by Islamic militants against Austria and Germany in March, broadcaster ORF reported Thursday. A spokesman for the Interior Ministry could not immediately be reached for comment. A news conference was slated for later Thursday. In a Web statement that surfaced in March, Islamic militants threatened to attack Germany and Austria unless the two European nations break ranks with the U.S. and withdraw their personnel from Afghanistan.

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