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Guantanamo tip tied to arrests of 22 in Germany

By Charlie Savage
Globe Staff / January 24, 2005

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WASHINGTON -- Information obtained through the interrogation of a Guantanamo Bay detainee led to a spectacular series of counterterrorism raids in Germany this month, in which more than 700 police swept through mosques, homes, and businesses in six cities and arrested 22 suspected militant extremists, according to a senior Defense Department official. (Full article: 870 words)

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