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Paris attacks suspect ‘had German nuclear papers’

PHOTO: euronews.com

PHOTO: euronews.com

Documents about Germany’s Juelich nuclear research centre were found at Paris attacks’ suspect Salah Abdeslam’s Brussels flat, reports say.

The suspect, captured four days before the Brussels bombings, had internet print-outs and photos of the centre’s boss, media network RND said.

Juelich’s reactor was decommissioned and German officials insist all nuclear plants are safe from terror attack.

Senior German officials have said they have no information on the matter.

However, RND cites sources within Germany’s parliamentary control committee, saying they were briefed at the end of March by Hans-Georg Maassen, head of German domestic intelligence.



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