FILE -This Dec. 11, 2012 sketch provided by the Cologne Police shows a man who is suspected of placing a bag discovered in Bonn, western Germany, main station Monday, Dec. 10, 2012. German prosecutors... more 
FILE -This Dec. 11, 2012 sketch provided by the Cologne Police shows a man who is suspected of placing a bag discovered in Bonn, western Germany, main station Monday, Dec. 10, 2012. German prosecutors say they believe a radical Islamic terrorist group was behind an attempted bombing this week at a railway station in Bonn. The device was found Monday and defused. It contained four butane gas cartridges, a metal pipe containing ammonium nitrate powder, three batteries and an alarm clock. Federal prosecutors, who in Germany handle terrorism cases, announced Friday Dec. 14, 2012 they were taking over the case. They say there is now sufficient evidence that the incident was an attempted attack by a radical Islamic group. Prosecutors said in a statement there's evidence a man suspected of leaving the bag on the station platform has links to Islamic radicals. (AP Photo/HOPD/Polizei Koeln) EDITORIAL USE ONLY less 
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Fri, Dec 14, 2012 11:53 AM EST