Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has said that France, Germany and other nations hit by recent terror attacks had only themselves to blame ”because they allowed people to come into their territory.”
An attacker has allegedly killed one woman and injured two people in the city of Reutlingen, according to local media. Officials confirmed the man was arrested after a citizen hit him with a car.
Hours after the attack on Friday in a Munich shopping center, details of his identity, the motive and his history are being unravelled.
A British security expert has warned Germany would be high on the Islamic State (ISIS) hit list amid reports at least nine have been killed after a shooting spree at a Munich shopping center.
Chancellor Angela Merkel on Saturday said Munich had suffered a “night of horror” after a shooting spree in the southern German city left nine people dead.
Four days after its founder died in a plane crash in Slovenia with a suitcase containing millions of euros in cash on board, the German internet company Unister has filed for insolvency.
Police currently believe that an 18-year-old German-Iranian acted alone, killing nine people and then himself in Munich on Friday, They have not yet identified a motive. The city spent hours under lockdown.
Germany is expecting a new influx of refugees from Turkey following President Erdogan’s authoritarian crackdown. Even conservative politicians have suggested politically persecuted Turks should be offered asylum.
Donald Trump is vowing to win over “millions of Democrats” through his staunch opposition to free trade deals he says have been disastrous for American workers.
Austria’s Justice Ministry is expected to announce corruption charges against the country’s former Finance Minister Karl-Heinz Grasser later today following a seven year investigation.