Austrian police raid more than 60 addresses allegedly linked to ‘radical-Islamist’
Austrian police on Monday raided more than 60 addresses allegedly linked to radical Islamists, with orders for 30 suspects to be questioned, prosecutors said. This operation came a week after a convicted Islamic State group supporter killed four people in a shooting rampage in the heart of Vienna.
Among the alleged offences are forming a terrorist association, financing of terrorism and money laundering. The raids took place in the Styria, Carinthia, Lower Austria and Vienna regions.