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Police expanding Terror investigation : Iraqis is said to have committed stretch four attacks on railway

In the attacks on railway lines in Bavaria and Berlin, the investigators accuse the detained terror suspect Iraqis are now four acts. There were three cases in

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Police expanding Terror investigation : Iraqis is said to have committed stretch four attacks on railway

In the attacks on railway lines in Bavaria and Berlin, the investigators accuse the detained terror suspect Iraqis are now four acts. There were three cases in Bavaria and in Berlin, said a spokesman for the Bavarian state office of criminal investigation in Munich, the German press Agency on Friday. Previously had been reports of two attacks.

"We proceed from the fact that there were three acts at different times on the same crime scene," he said of the incidents in the middle Franconian town of the mountain. When that was exactly, had yet to be determined.

In the case of two terrorist attacks in October and December in Bavaria and Berlin, across the tracks tensioned steel cables trains to Derail. No one was hurt. The speaker, according to the investigator, also two cases with wooden and iron parts.

Here, the perpetrator is said to have built wedges. Ultimately, he had committed but probably a design error, which is why the train was not derailed, it said. Forensic investigations indicated that it could be the same culprit, the spokesman said.

The 42-year-old Iraqi who sympathizes with the terrorist militia "Islamic state" (IS), was arrested on Monday in Vienna. He faces life in prison.

Vienna speaks of the "terror cell"

In connection with the attacks of the Czech Republic provides two terror suspects from Iraq in Germany and Austria. A court in Prague ruled on Friday. The 30-year-old man and three years younger woman are accused of involvement in a terrorist Association and financing of terrorism. You are supposed to have formed according to the Austrian interior Minister, Herbert Kickl in Vienna arrested Iraqis a "terrorist cell". The Austrian state office for the protection of the Constitution and the fight against terrorism had been looking for the two accused with a European arrest warrant. Criticism was in Prague on the information policy of the Czech authorities according to the. They had not informed until after the statements Kickls in the Parliament in Vienna on the arrests. (dpa)

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