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Berlin redoute la présence de plus de 500 activistes islamistes

BERLIN - JUNE 30:  A German flag waves in the wind over the Bundestag and the Reichstag building during the election of a new German president by the Federal Assembly on June 30, 2010 in Berlin, Germany. The Federal Assembly, which is comprised of Bundestag parliamentarians and other nationwide delegates, will choose a new president following the unexpected resignation of German President Horst Koehler at the end of May. The two main candidates are Christian Wulff, the official candidate of the ruling German government coalition, the Christian Democrats (CDU) and Free Democrats (FDP), and Joachim Gauck, who has the backing of the German Social Democrats (SPD) and the German Greens party.  (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)
BERLIN - JUNE 30: A German flag waves in the wind over the Bundestag and the Reichstag building during the election of a new German president by the Federal Assembly on June 30, 2010 in Berlin, Germany. The Federal Assembly, which is comprised of Bundestag parliamentarians and other nationwide delegates, will choose a new president following the unexpected resignation of German President Horst Koehler at the end of May. The two main candidates are Christian Wulff, the official candidate of the ruling German government coalition, the Christian Democrats (CDU) and Free Democrats (FDP), and Joachim Gauck, who has the backing of the German Social Democrats (SPD) and the German Greens party. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)

Environ 520 assaillants potentiels sont présents sur le sol allemand et sont susceptible de commettre des attentats, a prévenu samedi le ministre allemand de l'Intérieur, Thomas de Maizière.

« La menace terroriste émerge désormais de commandos étrangers ainsi que de loups solitaires fanatiques en Allemagne », a-t-il déclaré.

(Avec Reuters)

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