Reuters is reporting that German police have arrested two men suspected of planning an attack on a shopping mall.
From the article:
“Police special forces arrested two men suspected of planning an attack on a shopping mall in Oberhausen in the West German state of North Rhine-Westphalia, police said on Friday.
The suspects, two brothers aged 28 and 31 who were born in Kosovo, were arrested in the city of Duisburg after information provided by security sources, police said in a statement.”
At this point it is not clear whether or not the two men are connected in anyway to the terrorist attack that took place in Berlin. A man hunt is underway by authorities for Anis Amri who on Monday took a truck and drove it through a Christmas market in Berlin that left 12 people dead and 48 injured.
- 1500 Acid Attacks Hit London Since 2011
- "Jihad Will Soon Begin in Europe" Turkish Foreign Minister
- Turkey Threatens to Open Border with Europe to New Flood of Asian Migrants
- "We Can't Restore Our Civilization With Somebody Else's Babies" - Steve King
- Germany's AfD pledges to deport at least 200,000 Muslim migrants per Year