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German police arrest Syrian terror suspect who ‘bought bomb-making materials’

German authorities say they've arrested a Syrian observed in chat networks seeking ingredients to make the explosive TAPT. When and where the suspect, allegedly with Islamist leanings, was planning an attack is unclear.

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