Germany Can't Rule Out Istanbul-style Terror Attacks, Spy Chief Warns

BfV chief Hans-Georg Massen tells Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung that attacks by Islamist militants pose the biggest security threat for Germany.

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A Turkish anti-riot police officer (L) stands guard as people walk past near the explosion site on June 29, 2016 at Ataturk airport International arrival terminal in Istanbul, a day after a suicide bombing and gun attack targeted Istanbul's airport, killing at least 36 people.
A triple suicide bombing and gun attack that occurred on June 28, 2016 at Istanbul's Ataturk airport has killed at least 36 people, including foreigners, with Turkey's prime minister saying early signs pointed to an assault by the Islamic State group.
A Turkish anti-riot police officer (L) stands guard as people walk past near the explosion site, at Ataturk airport International arrival terminal in Istanbul, on June 29, 2016.Credit: Ozan Kose, AFP
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