Berlin police raided eight buildings on Tuesday morning in the German capital, to arrest Islamist fundamentalists who are believed to have close ties with the Islamic State (IS).
The Associated Press (AP) reported that the police conducted months-long investigation into a group of suspected Islamic extremists involved in terrorist activities. Deutsche Welle also reported that an association attached to a mosque in the central Tempelhof-Schöneberg district of Berlin, was among the raided build...
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