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‘Anarchists’ arrested after trying to blow up police cars

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‘Anarchists’ arrested after trying to blow up police cars

Three Poles with ‘anarchist affiliations’ have been arrested after trying to plant bombs under two police cars parked next to a Warsaw police station.

The three people are aged between 17-35, police said following the arrest. The would-be bombers were arrested red-handed by the police in the Włochy district in Warsaw after trying to plant explosives under the vehicles parked outside. At a press conference, police said the bombs were set to explode on the night between Sunday and Monday. The men were said to have affiliations with the anarchist movement.

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