Döbeln

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Döbeln

 

a city in the German Democratic Republic in the Leipzig District, on the Freiberger Mulde River. Population, 28,000 (1969). It is a transport junction. Döbeln has metal-working, agricultural machine building, and motor vehicle spare parts manufacturing, as well as poultry, tobacco, and pharmaceutical industries.

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Police detained three suspects linked to the explosion that targeted an AfD office in the city of Doebeln that caused no casualties.
Prosecutors said Friday they would not file a detention request for the three suspects - Germans aged 29, 32 and 50 - linked to the attack in the eastern town of Doebeln. Prosecutors in the nearby city of Chemnitz said there was not sufficient grounds to hold them.
Prosecutors said Friday they would not file a detention request for the three suspects - Germans aged 29, 32 and 50 - linked to the attack in the eastern town of Doebeln. The men are still suspected of the crime, but prosecutors in the nearby city of Chemnitz said there were not sufficient grounds to hold them.
No one was injured in the explosion outside the AfD office in the city of Doebeln late on Thursday.