German plain clothes police officers walk inside a mosque in Berlin, Germany September 22, 2015. (REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke)
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German police carried out dawn raids in Berlin Tuesday targeting individuals suspected of inciting people to go and fight for ISIS in Syria.The raids began at 6:30 am (0430 GMT) and targeted, among others, a 51-year-old Moroccan suspected of recruiting for the militants, police said in a statement. One raid was conducted at an association linked to a mosque in Berlin's central Tempelhof district, the spokesman said.The police spokesman said investigators had been working on the probe for six months and began planning the raid two weeks ago.
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