German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere speaks with German Justice Minister Heiko Maas (R) before the weekly cabinet meeing in Berlin, Germany, November 11, 2015. (REUTERS/Stefanie Loos)
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Germany's justice minister on Monday warned against drawing a hasty link between refugees and perpetrators of the deadly Paris attacks, warning that the ISIS group could be trying to exploit the debate over Europe's migrant influx.The French police's discovery of a purported Syrian passport near the body of one attacker in particular has sparked concerns that at least one of the assailants might have entered Europe with the hundreds of thousands of people fleeing Syria's civil war. Both Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere and Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen had came out over the weekend to urge caution against linking the attackers to the record influx of migrants to Europe.
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