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>> Dawn raids across Germany. The target, a now banned group accused of recruiting fighters for Islamic State. German authorities say the True Religion organization is a recruiter for IS. They claim they've persuaded 140 young people to take up arms in Syria and Iraq. Police raiding mosques, apartments, and offices in ten German states Tuesday.
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Here, in a warehouse near Cologne, police found stores of the group's reading materials. The clamp down is the biggest such action taken by Germany since 2001. Chancellor Angela Merkel under mounting pressure to beef up security after a spate of Islamic State attacks across Europe.