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Topic - German Police
German police say the number of fans injured in violence at matches in the top two divisions last season reached a 12-year high.
German police on Thursday detained two men suspected of obtaining potential ingredients for a bomb and searched an Islamic center where the pair had spent time.
German prosecutors are investigating whether negligent manslaughter was involved in the deaths of 19 people killed in a crush at the Love Parade techno festival.
German police say the death toll at a weekend music festival has risen to 20 after a woman died from her injuries.
German prosecutors are investigating whether negligent manslaughter was involved in the deaths of 20 people killed in a crush at the Love Parade techno festival.