Police in the German city of Munich reopened two train stations early Friday as authorities continued to investigate an alleged New Year's Eve terror plot by ISIS suicide bombers.
Munich police president Hubertus Andrae said German authorities had been tipped off by a foreign intelligence service that ISIS was planning attacks with five to seven suicide bombers, the German news agency dpa reported. Andrae said so far there hadn't been any arrests. Some local media outlets rep...
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