Newly arrived Syrians arrested in Geneva with explosives and chemical weapons
Have police foiled an ISIS chemical weapons plot in Europe? Two Syrian terror suspects are arrested in Geneva for ‘making and transporting explosives and toxic gases’
- Two men were arrested in Geneva over a terror threat involving explosives
- Both were accused of concealing, transporting ‘explosives and toxic gases’
- Geneva prosecutor said traces of explosives found in car but no explosives
- Olivier Jornot said more arrests expected to be made in the coming days
Two people of Syrian origin have been arrested in Geneva on suspicion of transporting ‘explosives and toxic gases’ as part of a probe into a terror threat.
Traces of explosives were found in the suspects’ car, but toxic gas was not, Geneva prosecutor Olivier Jornot revealed today.
Mr Jornot said the two men, who spoke Arabic, had just arrived in Geneva. More arrests are expected to be made in the coming days amid heightened security on Switzerland’s border with France.
He sidestepped questions on whether they men had visas which allowed them to travel freely through the passport Schengen zone.
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