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Iraqi Held in Borussia Dortmund Attack Is Suspected of ISIS Ties

NYTimes.com Thursday, 13 April 2017 ()
A spokeswoman for the federal prosecutor in Germany said there wasn’t enough evidence to link him to the soccer team bus bombing, but he should remain detained.
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News video: Dortmund Soccer Bus Bomb Carried Out by Stock Trader

Dortmund Soccer Bus Bomb Carried Out by Stock Trader 00:55

A bomb attack targeting a German soccer team last week was not carried out by Islamist extremists or political activists. Officials said Friday, a 28-year-old man who wanted to make millions by causing the team's share price to plummet carried out the bombing. The German prosecutors office said the...

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