The Wall Street Journal: Terror suspect arrested in Germany after 2-day manhunt

CHEMNITZ, Germany — Police arrested a 22-year-old Syrian man suspected of having links to Islamic State and planning a suicide bombing, ending a two-day manhunt after fellow Syrians tied him up and turned him in.

Germany’s top security official, Interior Minister Thomas de Maizière, said Monday that the preparations for the bombing appeared similar to those in the attacks in Paris and Brussels. About 3 pounds of an “extremely dangerous explosive,” along with materials for making a suicide vest, were found in the man’s apartment, Germany’s prosecutor-general said.

📢NEWS: Tired but overjoyed: we captured the terror suspect last night in Leipzig❗️

— Polizei Sachsen (@PolizeiSachsen) October 10, 2016

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