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>> A flight bound for London from Slovenia forced to divert to Germany on Saturday night after the conversations of three British men aboard caused alarm. German authorities now questioning the men after passengers reported them talking about what the police called terrorist matters, including words like bomb and explosive.
They were also reportedly in possession of a book with a sniper rifle on the cover. No explosives were found in their luggage, although one bag was destroyed in a controlled explosion by authorities. Police say the men worked for a British company and were returning to London after a business trip, but declined to name that company.
They're now being investigation on suspicion that they were preparing to carry out a serious violent crime that could have jeopardized the state. Nine people had to receive medical treatment after all 151 passengers were evacuated using emergency slides. The incident comes at a time when much of Europe is on high alert after a recent wave of attacks have hit the continent.