Swiss police nab 2 suspected of ties to Islamic State group
GENEVA — Swiss police arrested two folks Thursday in reference to a federal investigation into their suspected assist for, or participation in, the banned Islamic State group, authorities stated.
The police operation, which additionally concerned searches of 4 homes within the Geneva and Vaud cantons, or areas, was a part of a felony case opened in July final 12 months by the Swiss legal professional common’s workplace.
The case facilities on a Swiss-Macedonian twin nationwide and a citizen of Kosovo, who lived individually within the two Swiss areas. The arrests have been made in French-speaking western Switzerland.
The two suspects, who weren’t recognized by title, have been transferred to the Swiss capital, Bern, for questioning by the legal professional common’s workplace, which is able to determine whether or not to maintain them in custody pending trial.
Switzerland, whose coverage of neutrality goals to maintain it out of conflicts, has largely prevented the violent extremism that has swept throughout different elements of Europe.