Police carry a box outside of a residential building in Berlin, Germany, Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2017. (Felix Hackenbruch/Tagesspiegel/dpa via AP)
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Police Tuesday searched dozens of sites in Germany linked to a mosque that was frequented by the Berlin market attacker Anis Amri, after authorities banned the Islamic group that operated it.Some 450 officers raided 24 locations in Berlin, the neighboring state of Brandenburg, and Hamburg in northern Germany starting at 6 a.m. In addition to the mosque itself they searched 15 apartments, two company offices and six prison cells. A previous attempt to ban the organization behind it, known as Fussilet 33, was aborted last summer.
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