Eleven males who had been detained in a single day on suspicion of planning main assaults with stockpiled weapons had been launched on Saturday after no proof of a cache of weapons or explosives was discovered, a prosecution spokesman mentioned.
The boys, aged between 22 and 35, had been held throughout raids performed by police commandos in western and southern Germany on suspicion that they had been supporters of the Islamic State militant group planning a “severe, state-endangering crime.”
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The spokesman mentioned the boys, most of whom had been Tajikistan nationals, had been launched after investigators’ suspicions proved unfounded.
Germany has been the scene of a number of Islamist militant assaults in recent times, together with a 2016 truck assault on a Berlin Christmas market that killed 12 folks.
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Authorities throughout Europe are additionally on excessive alert for assaults from right-wing extremists after final week’s New Zealand mosque assault that left 50 useless.
Austrian police are investigating hyperlinks between the attacker and the far-right Identitarian Motion, which opposes Muslim immigration.