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Germany: Captured Syrian Refugee Was 'ISIS-Inspired and Ready to Strike'

A Syrian refugee arrested in Germany Monday was ready to strike imminently with attacks similar to those in Brussels and Paris, and the suspect was probably inspired by the Islamic State militant group (ISIS), investigators said. Jaber Albakr, 22, arrived in Germany in February last year during a migrant influx into the country and was granted temporary asylum in June 2015.
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