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Frankfurt train station reopened as police investigate suspected robbery

Reuters Friday, 2 August 2019
Frankfurt's main railway station was reopened on Friday, rail operator Deutsche Bahn said on Twitter, after police said officers were responding to reports of an apparent bank robbery.
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