Saturday, 16 April 2016
Two European Parliament chauffeurs had propaganda material from the terrorist organisation ISIS in their possession, the German magazine Der Spiegel revealed on Saturday. Those involved lost their jobs. The European Parliament has chosen not to comment yet.
Those involved are from Brussels and Strasburg, Der Spiegel added.
Police have opened an investigation. It is not known when the propaganda was found.
The transport service for European MPs has been the subject of discussion for a while, especially after it was discovered that one of the people behind the Brussels attacks had worked for the European Parliament.