Germany anti-terror raids: Chechen man held

Police in Germany | 25 de octubre de 2016

Police in Germany have searched 13 homes in five states, arresting a Chechen man and questioning 13 others suspected of financing terrorism. The man had been planning to join so-called Islamic State, according to police in the state of Thueringen. All 14 are asylum seekers, police say on their website. Local media say a white powder was found in one of the flats, but police say they have found no evidence of a concrete threat of attack. Police had been investigating the 28-year-old since last year. They say they are now also questioning 10 Chechen men and three women between the ages of 21 and 31.The raids took place early in the morning in 12 flats and a shelter for asylum seekers in several towns in Thueringen, as well as in the states of Bavaria and Saxony, and in Hamburg and Dortmund. The raids come just weeks after a Syrian refugee was arrested because large amounts of explosives were found in his apartment. The man was on the run for days, before being overwhelmed by other Syrian refugees, who handed him over to the police. The suspect had reportedly been planning a bomb attack on a Berlin airport, but later killed himself in his prison cell in Leipzig.
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