Latest news1. On Wednesday morning, police conducted raids to investigate alleged terrorism suspects in several cities in northern Germany, prosecutors said.
Schleswig-Holstein State Attorney Ulrike Stahlmann-Liebelt announced Wednesday that the raids were supposed to stop the alleged formation of an organized crime syndicate.
“We are also exploring if there are any terrorist financing suspects,” she said in Flensburg.
On Wednesday, police special forces raided 16 sites in Hamburg and the states of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern and Schleswig-Holstein. Authorities arrested 11 people accused of financing terrorist operations.
Two men from Syria (34 and 37) were arrested. Authorities refused to confirm the exact location of the raids.
“Illegal money transfer”
Ten men and one woman were investigated for illegal money transfers between December 2018 and July 2019. The accused group mainly came from Syria.
The origin of the money that they allegedly sent to Syria has not yet been established.
The media report that the suspects funded terrorist activities. The reports also indicated that the suspects sent money to Syria to support the Islamic State.
2. One of the most powerful typhoons that hit the Japanese capital in recent years, swept through Tokyo on Monday, killing one person and injuring more than 30 people. Winds reached speeds of up to 216 kilometers (134 miles) per hour.
Typhoon also led to chaos in the well-known Japanese rush hours and cut off electricity in over 900,000 homes.
Trains and subways were suspended, and more than 100 flights from Tokyo airports were canceled as Typhoon Faxai landed in the northern suburbs of Chiba just before dawn.
Forecasters previously warned of possible record wind speeds. Evacuation orders were taken for nearly 340,000 people.
Authorities said that more than 2,000 people took refuge in shelters after the evacuation.
At least 10 houses were damaged by inverted cars. Strong winds tumbled down trees and power lines. More than 900,000 cases of power outages in the Tokyo area have also been reported.
By mid-Monday morning, the storm receded from the coast and moved northeast of Japan and returned to the Pacific Ocean.
The Japan Meteorological Agency has warned that landslides are still possible in Chiba and northern Fukushima, as the storm left the land. Sex chat webcam live stream from the rooms of naked girls who love Wirth sex on camera, come and chat without registration. young girl sexy 18 for those who like to watch sex games girls, watch girls caress themselves in front of the cameras for free.Meet a girl on our portal is very simple, the most popular and. real free online sex chat that will help you find new useful and unforgettable Dating with beautiful girls on the Internet.