A train arrives as a federal police officer of Germany's Bundespolizei, wearing a so-called 'body-cam', patrols at the main railway station in Cologne, Germany February 3, 2016. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
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German police Thursday arrested three Algerians suspected of links to ISIS after raids targeting several sites, including refugee shelters where some of the suspects lived.One of the two men captured is wanted by Algerian authorities for his alleged links to ISIS, police said, adding that "investigations show that he has been trained militarily in Syria".The suspect and his wife, who was also detained and sought by Algiers over alleged connections with ISIS, lived in a refugee shelter in Attendorn, about 80 kilometers (50 miles) from Cologne.Police officers tracked down two other suspects but did not arrest them.Berlin police said however that they were still investigating the link.
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