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Letter Bomb Intercepted At German President's Residence

The chaos continues. Die Welt is reporting that a suspected letter bomb was intercepted today in a routine mail control at the residence of the Germany President Joachim Gauck in Berlin. POLICE DESTROYED SUSPECTED LETTER BOMB TO GAUCK, ARD SAYS LETTER BOMB CONTAINED HMTD HIGH-EXPLOSIVE POWDER: WELT The suspect mail has been safely neutralized according to police.
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