Germany says suspicious bag in Namibia airport was security test

Germany says suspicious bag in Namibia airport was security test

Airport police in Namibia discovered a suitcase with batteries, wires, and a ticking clock. It was a security test, German police have discovered, though who planted the suspicious bag is unknown.

Passengers book in their luggage at Windhoek, Namibia’s Hosea Kutako International Airport Thursday, Nov. 18. German authorities said an Air Berlin flight from Namibia was delayed Wednesday after police found a suspicious device in baggage in the luggage hall of the airport in the African country’s capital Wednesday.
Francois Poolman/AP Photo

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