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After power outage hitting thousands, Munich prosecutors investigate

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Prosecutors have begun an arson investigation after a power outage left about 20,000 households in Munich in the dark overnight, authorities in the southern German city said on Saturday. The power was knocked out early on Friday after a fire. Police began investigating soon thereafter and the case has been handed to a unit that focuses on crimes with a political background. “Political motives could be in play when you’re dealing with burning supply lines,” said one police spokesperson. But authorities also cautioned that the probes are just starting and there is no way to say at the moment whe…

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