A general view shows the court in Wiesbaden, Germany, January 11, 2019. (REUTERS/Tilman Blasshofer)
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BERLIN: Police searched courtrooms in at least seven German cities Friday after bomb threats and security alerts, with at least one emailed warning signed: "Nazi offensive", officials and media said.German Justice Minister Katarina Barley condemned the bomb threats and a separate arson attack on the Federal Supreme Court in Leipzig on Dec. 31 which was reportedly claimed by a radical leftist group.However, the bomb threats caused disruption in the affected cities.Oliver Pohl, police spokesperson in Kiel, said city officials received an emailed bomb threat late Thursday that was signed with the words: "Nazi offensive".
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