Police Say Mosque, Congress Center Attacked in Dresden

BERLIN —  A mosque and a conference center were attacked in two explosions in the German city of Dresden but nobody was injured, police said Tuesday.

Dresden police said in a statement that there was no immediate report on the extent of damage from the explosions late Monday.

"Even though we do not have a letter of confession, we must assume there's a xenophobic background," Police President Horst Kretschmar said.

Police said they found pieces of a homemade explosive device in front of the conference center and the mosque.

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Source : http://www.nytimes.com/aponline/2016/09/27/world/europe/ap-eu-germany-explosions.html?_r=0

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