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German police warns 'terror attack' planned in Munich

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German police said on Thursday that they had "indications that a terror attack" was being planned in the southern city of Munich, as they called on the public to avoid large gatherings and two key train stations.

[BERLIN] German police said on Thursday that they had "indications that a terror attack" was being planned in the southern city of Munich, as they called on the public to avoid large gatherings and two key train stations.

"Current indications show that a terror attack is being planned in Munich. Please avoid gatherings of people and the Munich and Pasing train stations," said police in a tweet.

Both stations have been evacuated, they said, and train services were no longer running at these stations.

AFP