A record number of terrorism-related cases are being opened in Germany, keeping federal prosecutors as busy as ever.

German media reported that more than 900 terrorism-related cases have been opened so far this year, including 800 related to radical Islamists. In fact, the number of terrorism-related cases has increased four-fold compared to last year.

As reported by Deutsche Welle (DW), Germany’s international broadcaster, the sharp rise has stretched manpower at the Karlsruhe-based feder...


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