Police conduct raids against far-right suspects allegedly planning attacks

German police have searched the homes of a new far-right group in five German states and arrested four suspects. Prosecutors say explosives were found for intended attacks on asylum-seeker hostels and mosques.

Germany’s federal prosecutions office said three men and a woman, all Germans and aged between 22 and 56, were accused of forming a new terrorism organization calling itself the “Old School Society” (OSS).

The four had acquired explosives with “great power” and had intended attacks on mosques, hostels for asylum-seekers and well-known Salafists in Germany, said the prosecutions office based in Karlsruhe.
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