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A 48-year-old man who rammed a van into a group of diners in the southern German city of Muenster acted alone, the country’s interior minister said. He confirmed that police have ruled out terrorism in the ongoing investigation.
The deadly vehicle ramming of an outdoor café in the German city of Muenster took place exactly one year after a hijacked truck was driven into a crowd in the Swedish capital, Stockholm.
The trial of a man accused of killing five people and injuring ten others, when a truck he was driving plowed into a crowd of people in the Swedish capital Stockholm last April, is due to begin on Tuesday. Rakhmat Akilov, an Uzbek asylum seeker, has...
Police stopped surveillance of Rakhmat Akilov less than three months before he ploughed his car into pedestrians in Stockholm killing five, according to local media. Akilov was already planning the massacre at that time.
Swedish Infrastructure Minister Tomas Eneroth plans to introduce digital 'geo-fences' in major urban areas across the country next year. The move is aimed at preventing attacks that use trucks and other large commercial vehicles.
An Uzbek citizen who is the suspect in the recent Stockholm terrorist attack has allegedly come to Sweden with a purchased visa, local media reports, adding that "an extensive trade" of documents is happening in the country.
Thousands of people have turned out in Stockholm city centre Sunday for a vigil to commemorate the victims of Friday’s truck rampage which killed four people and injured at least 15 others.
The main suspect in the deadly Stockholm truck rampage is a rejected asylum-seeker and an Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) sympathizer, according to investigators. A second suspect in the case has also been arrested.
A “bag of explosives” was reportedly uncovered in the wreckage of the truck used in the Stockholm attack which killed four. Police officials could not immediately confirm the reports by local media.