BERLIN (AFP) A suspected bomb in a suitcase that was to be put on a Munich-bound plane was intercepted in Namibia, German police said Thursday, a day after Berlin issued an alert about an imminent attack.
The BKA federal police force said the suspicious baggage had been seized Wednesday at the international airport near the capital Windhoek before it was due to be loaded on to an LTU/Air Berlin flight to Munich, southern Germany.
"A subsequent X-ray (of the luggage) revealed batteries that were attached with wires to a detonator and a ticking clock," it said in a statement.
"Only the ongoing forensic investigation will show whether this was a live explosive."

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