Report: British police hunting for German terror plot

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September 30, 2007 12:13

 
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A newspaper reported Sunday that police were hunting in Britain for a suspect in an alleged plot to attack targets in Germany, including an US air base. British anti-terror police are looking for the man believed to have escaped from Germany after authorities there arrested three men on September 4 in connection with the alleged plot, The Sunday Times reported, citing unidentified German security officials. A police spokesman declined to comment on the report.

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