ABC news.com 2014.08.31 11:23
Germany's domestic intelligence chief says he expects Islamic extremists
who have traveled to Syria and Iraq will return and commit terror attacks.
Hans-Georg Maassen told Deutschlandfunk radio on Sunday that there was an
"increased abstract threat" of attacks in Germany.
Unlike Britain, Germany hasn't raised its national threat level for
terrorism recently because of a lack of concrete warning signs.
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