Germany arrests three terror suspects

German prosecutors announced on Tuesday that three men were arrested on suspicion of distributing propaganda on the Internet supporting al-Qaida and other terrorist organizations. The arrests came amid a dozen raids on buildings across Germany. Prosecutors said in a statement that a total of eight people were being treated as suspects and they had arrested three German citizens - identified only as Daniel P., 26, Harun Can A., 23, and Irfan P., 19. Prosecutors said that the men were accused of being part of a group calling itself the Global Islamic Media Front and were accused of supporting a foreign terrorist organization with Web postings that "supported and solicited members and supporters for al-Qaida, al-Qaida in Iraq and Ansar al-Islam."