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July 26, 2016 9:49 am

Ansbach Suicide Bomber Pledged Allegiance to ISIS in Video Found on Cellphone

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Islamic State terrorists. The Ansbach suicide bomber, who injured 15 people, pledged allegiance to ISIS. Photo: Screenshot.

A suicide bomber who injured 15 people on Sunday evening in Ansbach, Germany, pledged allegiance to ISIS in a video found on his phone, according to Bavaria’s top security official.

Joachim Herrmann, Bavaria’s interior minister, told reporters that bomb making material was found in the apartment of the unnamed Syrian suspect. Canisters of diesel, hydrochloric acid, rubbing alcohol, soldering iron, wires, batteries, two cellphones and pebbles/stones were discovered by authorities as well as photos on the suspect’s laptop glorifying ISIS violence.

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