German newspaper Bild says state police have told them a special commando unit stormed a KLM flight in Cologne early Friday and arrested two terrorist suspects.
The arrests were made at Cologne’s airport. The arrests were made at Cologne’s airport. The newspaper did not identify its source.
Police were not immediately available for comment. The newspaper says the flight, due for Amsterdam, was stormed at 6:55 a.m. (0455 GMT).
It said police arrested a 23-year-old Somali man and a 24-year-old German born in Somalia.
The newspaper reported that police said the two had been under observation for months. A suicide note was found in their apartment, saying they wanted to die for the “jihad” or “holy war.”