A Christmas market in the German city of Potsdam has been evacuated after an explosive device was found close by.
It was not immediately clear what became of the device, which German media say was delivered to a pharmacy, beyond the fact that it had not exploded or hurt anybody.
POLICE have evacuated a Christmas market in Germany after a bomb was delivered to nearby pharmacy, nearly a year after a deadly terrorist attack on a similar target.
Police first reported that a suspicious package had been found in the area.
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A failed Tunisian asylum seeker drove a truck into a Christmas market in Berlin in December 2016, killing 12 people and injuring another 56.
Germany is on high alert for potential terrorist attacks after last year's deadly attack on a Christmas market in Berlin.
Security measures were in the spotlight as Berlin's Christmas markets officially opened on Monday. The suspect, Anis Amri, fled to Italy after the December 19 attack and died in a shootout with police near Milan on December 23, 2016.