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Polish officer killed in terror shootout

Two terror suspects opened with machine guns and grenades Thursday, killing one officer and wounding 15 other members of an anti-terror unit trying to arrest the suspects in a suburb of Warsaw, police said. Police, acting on a tip, sent an anti-terrorist squad had surrounded a house in which two suspects were believed to be holed up. The suspects, including a former KGB operative, hurled grenades and homemade bombs. They also attacked with bursts of machine-gun fire. One officer was killed instantly while 15 others injured in the shootout have been admitted to a hospital in Warsaw. Police said that a former Belarussian KGB agent was believed to be hiding in the house after shifting from his previous hideout somewhere in eastern Germany. He is wanted on an international arrest warrant. The agent and another man are believed to be responsible for the killing of a policeman earlier. Full Story

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