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Germany Warned on Possible Terror Strike

Authorities closed off streets around a Germany military hospital Tuesday, saying they had received a tip from the United States that al-Qaida-linked extremists planned car bomb attacks against the facility. An American intelligence agency passed on the information, which pointed to Ansar al-Islam, a group based in northern Iraq that is suspected of recruiting holy warriors in Europe for suicide missions in Iraq, Hamburg’s top security official, Dirk Nockemann, said. Hamburg police said it had “concrete indications of people who want to carry out attacks by means of a car bomb” on the hospital, located in the Hamburg suburb of Wandsbek. Full Story

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