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German police were on Sunday hunting a Syrian man suspected of plotting a jihadist bomb attack, placing his flatmate under arrest and raiding a contact's home, after finding explosives in the fugitive's apartment.Police on Sunday questioned Albakr's Syrian flatmate, who was formally remanded in custody as a suspected co-conspirator of a "serious act of violence", after he was detained the previous day.Police commandos also raided the Chemnitz home of another suspected contact of Albakr, blasting open the door as they stormed the premises, and took away a man for questioning, a police spokeswoman told AFP. In one false alarm on Sunday, police led a passenger who they thought resembled the suspect off a Eurowings jet about to take off from Berlin's Tegel airport.The bloodshed has fuelled concerns over Germany's record influx of nearly 900,000 refugees and migrants last year.Heightening public fears, German police say they have foiled a number of attacks this year.
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