BERLIN, Nov 17 (Reuters) - Germany has raised the level of security including at train stations and airports in response to concrete indications of terrorist attacks being planned at the end of this month, the interior minister said on Wednesday.
“The security situation in Germany has become more serious,” the minister, Thomas de Maiziere, told a news conference. “We have concrete indications of a series of attacks planned for the end of November.”
Reporting by Dave Graham and Erik Kirschbaum; writing by Stephen Brown
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