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Shadowy group ends bomb threat in France: police

The shadowy AZF group that said it would bomb the French rail network if it is not paid a large ransom announced it was lifting the threat in a statement received by the French interior ministry, police said. “Today there are no longer any bombs on the French rail network capable of functioning,” the statement read. The existence of AZF was made public at the start of March, when the government revealed it had received a series of letters demanding millions of euros and threatening explosions on the railway system. On February 21, AZF tipped off police to the presence of an explosive device on a viaduct near the central town of Limoges. Full Story

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