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U.S. intercept key in German terror plot


September 07, 2007
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U.S. intercept key in German terror plot

By Dirk Laabs, Sebastian Rotella and Josh Meyer
The Los Angeles Times
Related: Terror plot in Germany may have targeted U.S. facilities

BERLIN, Germany A U.S. intelligence intercept of suspicious communications between Pakistan and Stuttgart was the initial break that ultimately led to the arrest this week of three suspected Muslim militants accused of plotting massive car bomb attacks here against Americans, U.S. and German officials said Thursday.

The communications detected last year referred to apparent terrorist activity, the German and U.S. officials said in interviews. The German officials characterized the communications as specific and alarming. All the officials asked to remain anonymous because they were not authorized to discuss the case publicly.

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