Wednesday, December 2, 2020

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security beefed up on suspicion of espionage at Stuttgart airport

German police have stepped up security at Stuttgart's southern airport on Thursday on suspicion of spying on airport operations. Police told local media, that they were still assessing the information they had, which would not affect the air traffic in...
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