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January 1, 2016 9:00 am

Munich Police Evacuate Railway Stations Following Threat of ISIS Attack

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An evacuated railway station in Munich. Authorities cleared out two railway stations  after an intelligence agency warned Germany of an imminent attack by ISIS. Photo: Twitter.

An evacuated railway station in Munich. Authorities cleared out two railway stations after an intelligence agency warned Germany of an imminent attack by ISIS. Photo: Twitter.

Police in Munich evacuated two major railway stations after an intelligence agency warned Germany of an imminent attack, officials said.

Authorities received information that suicide bombers from so-called Islamic State (IS) could target the central station or Pasing station, Bavaria’s interior minister said.

Read full story at BBC.

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