Germany said Thursday it would create a central database on suspected radical Islamists, provoking concern from the country’s large Muslim community. Interior Minister Otto Schily also announced plans to boost the fight against terrorism by pooling intelligence from the three national security agencies in a new joint analysis center. The moves, announced after two days of talks between Schily and interior ministers from the 16 states or ‘Laender’, are designed to strengthen Germany’s defenses against terrorism by making its complex security structure work more efficiently. Full Story
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