A suspected suicide bomber has killed himself and injured 12 others, three seriously, in an explosion outside a wine bar in the German city of Ansbach. Detectives have said the attacker was a 27-year-old Syrian man who had been denied asylum in Germany. "Due to the situation in Syria, he was not deported.
RIP Beau, a life ended too early.
One person was killed and 10 were injured in an explosion that occurred late on Sunday in Ansbach, near the German city of Nuremberg, a police spokesman said. A spokesman for the Bavarian Interior Ministry said it was unclear if the blast was accidental or intentional. Bavarian Interior Minister Joachim Herrmann was being briefed about the incident, the spokesman said.
By Andrea Shalal BERLIN (Reuters) - The 18-year-old German-Iranian gunman who killed nine people in Munich on Friday began planning the attack a year ago after visiting the German city of Winnenden where another teenager killed 15 people in 2009, Bavarian officials said on Sunday. Materials found at the gunman's home also showed he had been hospitalized for psychiatric care for three months around the same time, and was an avid player of violent video games, the officials told a news conference. One of the games was "Counter Strike: Source", Robert Heimberger, president of the state crime office, said.
Drivers and their families trapped in huge tailbacks heading to Dover have described their frustration as they sit and wait. Many holidaymakers stuck on the roads to the Port of Dover for many hours have said the situation was "completely chaotic" and complained about the lack of information over the disruption. Chris Bussell, who had been waiting in his car with his four children, told Sky News: "We joined queue at 8.30am this morning (Saturday) and have been sat in it ever since.
Writing on Facebook, the young boy's grandmother said: "Would like to thank everyone involving in trying to help the emergency services and a big thank you to Walgrave Hospital for the help and support.
The royal couple had a pretty spectacular view of the race,
US Democrats scrambled to contain damaging revelations of an insider effort to hobble Bernie Sanders's presidential campaign, with the party boss abruptly announcing her resignation on the eve of the convention to officially nominate Hillary Clinton.
French President Francois Hollande on Monday sought to defuse a row over allegations his government tried to alter a security report after the Bastille Day massacre in Nice.
While motorists were stuck for hours, this guy had a better idea.
Banks in Bangladesh, the Philippines, Vietnam and Ecuador have been victimized over the past year in the attacks on the global interbank service known as SWIFT
Death masks are fascinating but slightly terrifying relics from an age before photos. Until cameras rendered them redundant, it was common for notable people to have metal, wax or plaster applied to their face when they had died, creating a “death mask”. These gruesome artifacts exist for some of history’s most famous figures, from soldiers, to artists and even evil dictators…
Traffic on the roads to Dover is now said to be at "normal" levels, after long tailbacks forced hundreds of people to spend the night in their vehicles. Queues are now at expected levels for the holiday season, Kent Police has said. Police have said the "large volume" of holiday traffic coupled with heightened security checks "could mean some delays over the next few weeks".
The man who died while swimming at Camber Sands on Sunday afternoon has been named as Gustavo Silva Da Cruz. The 19-year-old Brazilian had been visiting family in Croydon, south London, and was one of three people who got into difficulty while swimming at the East Sussex beach. The other two people - a 35-year-old man and his 17-year-old son from London - were not connected to Mr Da Cruz.
This poor bear had been seen wandering around for a full week with a jar stuck on its head. Sadly, every time animal control arrived to help him he had already left the area. Enter Jim Hawkins! Jim owns a bed and breakfast in Colorado and couldn’t sit back and watch the bear suffer. He managed to lasso the bear just before they had a quick tussle in the grass. The bear then climbed a nearby tree and was soon aided by animal control. Credit: Youngblood Hawkins
Fans are delighted with the revamped series of Robot Wars.
A 21-year-old Syrian refugee was arrested after killing a woman with a machete and injuring two other people in the southern German city of Reutlingen on Sunday, but the attack had no apparent connection to terrorism, police said. The asylum-seeking Syrian man had been involved in previous incidents causing injuries to other people, and was apparently acting alone, a police spokesman said. The spokesman had no immediate information on when the man arrived in Germany, or when the previous incidents took place.
Multiple reports say Yahoo, which introduced many users around the world to the internet, will sell its main assets for $4.8 billion to telecom giant Verizon
Shenzhen-based Huawei is one of the largest providers of network infrastructure globally, but its consumer products are less well-known outside of China
Japan logged a January-June surplus of 1.8 trillion yen ($17.06 bn), against a 1.69 trillion yen deficit in the same period of 2015
People are seen playing Nintendo's Pokemon Go at Akihabara shopping district in Tokyo, on July 22, 2016
The teenage gunman, who killed nine people in shooting rampage in Munich, had been planning the attack for an entire year - and had purchased the gun on the internet. Sky's Mark White reports
Interest among Chinese buyers in buying UK property has surged since Britain voted to leave the European Union last month, as the pound's slide has created opportunities to buy at a discount, real estate website juwai.com said on Monday. The number of Chinese enquiries about the British residential and commercial property market has been 30-40 percent higher than average in each week from June 20 to July 11, the website, which targets Chinese property investors looking abroad, said in an emailed statement. "With politics stabilising and a competent new government in place, the UK looks like the same old safe haven as ever - but cheaper," said Bernie Morris, president of the UK, Europe and Middle East for juwai.com.
By Abhiskek Takle BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Manor are still working with Rio Haryanto and the Indonesian driver’s management to secure his seat for the rest of the season, but the Formula One team said it has options should they fail to work out a deal. Haryanto, Indonesia’s first Formula One driver, has a contract with Manor for the full season but the funding his sponsors have committed only guaranteed his drive up to the just-completed Hungarian Grand Prix. Haryanto's main sponsor is state-owned oil company Pertamina, which has contributed five million euros ($5.48 million) towards the funding needed to secure his seat at the sport's smallest team.
Crude prices inched down on Monday in Asia, staying not far from two-month lows hit in the previous session, amid worries over a global oil glut. A strong dollar and the fourth weekly rise in the U.S. oil rig count have helped relieve pressure on crude futures. London Brent crude for September delivery was down 4 cents at $45.65 a barrel by 2243 GMT on Sunday, after settling down 51 cents on Friday.