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Man behind Berlin mosque attacks apprehended


Police in the German capital on Saturday announced they arrested Friday night in the neighborhood of Neukoln a German man in his thirties on charges of carrying out a series of attacks against mosques in Berlin, saying he confessed to the attacks.

While police refused to disclose the reasons behind the attacks, a warrant for his arrest has been issued after he admitted committing the crimes.

Mosques in Berlin were in the past months targets for a series of assaults, the most prominent of which was the attack against Ahmadiyya mosque, the oldest in Germany whose doors were set on fire.

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