German police arrest two in raids on suspected terrorists

Berlin, Nov 27 (IANS) German police have arrested two people suspected of belonging to an Islamist extremist group before launching a raid on a mosque here on Thursday, the media reported.

No weapons or other dangerous objects were found after police acted on a tip-off that an attack was being planned at the mosque in Charlottenburg, a western district in the German capital, according to the Tagesspiegel newspaper.

The two men were nabbed in southeastern part of the city in a separate police operation, Xinhua quoted the report as saying.

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