Revolution Chemnitz: German far-right terror suspects detained in overnight raid

Planned attack 7 suspects arrested Suspects were between the ages of 20 – 30 Suspects were charged with forming a far-right terror group known as Revolution Chemnitz Suspects are accused of planning attacks on migrants in Eastern Germany The foiled planned attack on foreigners and individuals who do not share Revolution Chemnitz political views The alleged motivation for the planned attack was an anti-migrant sentiment Weapons collected during raids include: batons and air rifles https://www.dw.com/en/german-far-right-terror-suspects-detained-in-overnight-raids/a-45706340 https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-45704868

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Israel Dolphin-class submarine deal with Germany

Key details: 21/10/2016 from Qatar -Israel will soon be signing a deal to buy three additional advanced Dolphin-class submarines from Germany, the local Maariv newspaper reported today. -The new submarines are said to be more advanced than the six other Dolphin-class submarines currently possessed by the Israeli naval forces. -The purchase of the sixth submarine was an option that was part of the 2012 deal signed between the two countries, with Germany paying for about a third of the cost of each sub — $180 million out of half a billion dollars. -Earlier this year, Israel received deliveries of its previous order of submarines which[…]

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IS-link Syrian man arrested in Germany

Key Details: 10/10/2016 from HongKong -A manhunt started by the German government against Jaber al-Bakr two days ago because he was suspected to be an ‘IS linked’ bomber and preparing for an attack very soon. He is now under arrest by the German police department. -According to the German police depart, a detonator, explosives and a kilo of chemicals were found in the Chemnitz flat. Al-Bakr’s apartment was described as “a virtual bomb-making lab”, and carried out a controlled explosion,implicating he is an experienced bomb maker and well prepared to launch a bomb attack anytime soon. -Jaber al-Bakr was a refugee under asylum and came[…]

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