After an act of vandalism by climate activists at BER airport in the German capital, the five arrested men and one woman have been freed again.
Police headquarters spokesman Mario Heinemann said today that the last men were released on Saturday after the 48-hour period expired. The other activists had been released before.
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According to Hennemann, the Brandenburg State Criminal Police Office (LKA) is investigating the six climate activists for serious interference with air traffic, disruption of public services, trespassing and destruction of property.
Members of the “last generation” protest group briefly paralyzed operations in Bir on Thursday afternoon. They managed to breach the security fence and entered the airport grounds.
In the area of the runway, four people involved in the action had pulled over, police said. Meanwhile, flight operations were halted. According to the airport, five starts have been cancelled. 15 planned landings were diverted to Leipzig and Dresden.
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