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Nearly 60 people were injured when a motorist plowed his car through a carnival parade in the German town of Volksmarsen. The perpetrator has been arrested for attempted homicide, but police say his motives remain “unclear.”
An incident involving a stolen truck that plowed into traffic in the city of Limburg, Germany has been classified as terrorism, according to the country’s public broadcaster.
A stolen truck has rammed into traffic in the city of Limburg, Germany, leaving at least nine people injured. The driver has been arrested, though police are still determining whether the crash was an attack or an accident.
Number of murders of Germans by foreigners is on the rise, new police figures of closed murder cases reveal amid anti-immigrant protests and counter-rallies in Chemnitz.
A year after the tragedy, families of the Berlin Christmas market terrorist attack victims are yet to receive any sound explanation as to why the perpetrator was not detained by the German security forces when they had a chance.
Traditional Christmas markets are opening across Germany amid heightened security, almost a year after a terrorist attack on a Berlin Christmas market killed 12, AP said. Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere called on Germans Monday not to stay away...
Anis Amri, who ploughed a truck into a crowded Berlin Christmas market killing 12 people, received orders directly from the top organizer of Islamic State’s “external operations,” Abu Baraa al-Iraki.
The Tunisian man, who slammed a truck through a crowd at a Berlin Christmas market killing 12 people, obtained the gun he used to hijack the vehicle in Switzerland, according to the German TV channel ZDF.
Anis Amri, the Tunisian man accused of driving a truck into a crowd of Christmas market shoppers in Berlin, used at least 14 different identities, a German police chief said.