Bayern, Germany Newswire (Page 8)

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  1. German officials vow tighter security, refugee controlsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | SFGate

    In this Monday, July 23, 2016 file photo, police officers secure the area after a bomb attack in Ansbach, Germany. Four attacks in a week A- three of them carried out by asylum seekers A- have left Germany on edge and Chancellor Angela Merkel's policies of welcoming refugees under renewed criticism.


  2. Kosovo mourns two people killed in Munich attackRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Reuters

    Hundreds in Kosovo bid farewell to two people killed when a gunman opened fire at the Olympia Shopping Center in Munich last Friday. Diane Hodges reports.


  3. Doctor shot dead by gunman who then committed suicide at hospital in Germany, reports sayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Sunday Herald

    The motivation behind the attack is as yet unknown, but it is the latest in a series of deadly incidents in the European nation this month. A Syrian national whose asylum application had been rejected detonated a bomb on Sunday in Ansbach, killing himself and wounding more than a dozen others.


  4. Is terrorism impacting the tourism industry?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | WXOW-TV La Crosse

    Recent terror attacks around the world are heightening fears, especially when it comes to travel. During the peak of summer rush, European hotels, airlines and retailers are seeing a drop in tourists, according to the Wall Street Journal.


  5. For Germany, a new reality - and new questionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Globe and Mail

    Germany has come through a horrible week of bloodshed, and the aftershocks are fuelling a national awakening on public security issues. Last Thursday, a 17-year-old who identified himself as an Afghan when he sought asylum in Germany, used a knife and an axe to severely injure four members of a family on a train, and another woman off the train.


  6. French Terrorist Who Killed Priest Was On A Watch List, Wore A TrackerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Daily Caller

    One of the terrorists who stormed a historic Normandy church Tuesday and forced an 85-year-old priest to kneel before slitting his throat, was a known terror suspect and even wore an electronic tracking device. French police reportedly likely placed the suspect on the country's "S-list," which includes suspects considered radicalized and subject to surveillance.


  7. German security guard tells of moment he turned away ISIS Ansbach suicide bomberRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Daily Mail

    'He was staring at me nervously': Hero German security guard tells of moment he saved hundreds of lives by turning away ISIS suicide bomber from a music festival just MINUTES before jihadi blew himself up Just 30 minutes after being denied entry to concert, Daleel, 27, detonated his rucksack packed with metal shards and screws outside a wine bar A German security guard who turned an ISIS suicide bomber away from a music festival just minutes before he blew himself up said the jihadi 'he kept staring at me nervously'. Pascal Bohm, 25, saved scores of lives when he denied Syrian Mohammad Daleel entry to the 2,500 sell-out concert in Ansbach because he didn't have a ticket.


  8. Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham attracting crowds on, off fieldRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | ESPN

    The crowds follow Odell Beckham Jr. everywhere these days. Whether it's Germany, England, New York or his inaugural football camp, the fans flock.


  9. German officials vow tighter security and migrant controls - Tue, 26 Jul 2016 PSTRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Spokesman-Review

    German officials vowed tighter security and called for tougher controls of asylum-seekers Tuesday in the aftermath of four attacks in the country in the span of a week, two of which were claimed by the Islamic State extremist group. BERLIN - German officials vowed tighter security and called for tougher controls of asylum-seekers Tuesday in the aftermath of four attacks in the country in the span of a week, two of which were claimed by the Islamic State extremist group.


  10. How Isis takes advantage of 'inspired' terror attacksRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The New Zealand Herald

    The terrorist attacks seem to come one right after the other, by truck, handgun, axe, assault rifle, machete, bomb and knife. Each day, a string of news alerts on your phone.


  11. What we must learn from Munich?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Hill

    We can't go even a couple of days without yet another instance of mass violence. On Friday, it was a shooting in the center of Munich, Germany.


  12. Twitter, Facebook May Be Fueling A Rise In Copycat Mass ShootingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Switched

    As a string of gun rampages continues in America and beyond, more evidence is emerging that copycat mass shooters are on the rise - a danger amplified and accelerated by social media. Two mass shootings this month build on disturbing patterns seen in other recent cases: an attack on police officers in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and another on mallgoers in Munich, Germany, whose perpetrator displayed a host of behaviors underscoring this troubling phenomenon.


  13. Odell Beckham-Giants contract dance starts on the right note :0Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | New York Post

    It is never too early to think about retaining assets, especially with a star player such as Odell Beckham Jr. It may seem as though Beckham just arrived, but the wondrous receiver is entering year No. 3, meaning he is halfway done with his first Giants contract.


  14. Analysis: String of terror attacks in Europe likely to continueRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | USA Today

    Analysis: String of terror attacks in Europe likely to continue Europe has become the latest front in the Islamic State's war on the West. Check out this story on People light candles at the city hall in the Normandy city of Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray on July 26, 2016, after a priest was killed in the latest of a string of attacks against Western targets claimed by or blamed on the Islamic State.


  15. The Latest: Syria opposition group shamed by Germany attacksRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 25 | Yahoo!

    The German representative of a Syrian opposition group says he feels shame over a string of attacks committed this week by Syrian asylum seekers in Germany. Bassam Abdullah of the Syrian National Coalition says in a statement Monday to the German agency dpa that he hopes such violence won't make Germans hostile to asylum-seekers.


  16. Media Spins Ansbach Suicide Bomber as VictimRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 12, 2015 | Right Wing News

    The last shreds of credibility still possessed by Europe's left-wing media establishment have been discarded in a laughably desperate attempt to spin Muslims as the victims of their own terror war against the European population. For example, as noted earlier , a Syrian asylum seeker launched a suicide bombing attack against innocent Germans in Ansbach on Sunday.


  17. Patient kills doctor, then himselfRead the original story

    Tuesday | The Daily Star

    A patient shot and killed a doctor before turning the gun on himself at a Berlin hospital yesterday, police said, adding there was no sign the incident was a terrorist attack. A police spokeswoman told AFP that several shots were fired at a university hospital in the well-heeled southwestern Steglitz neighbourhood of the German capital.


  18. Two killed in Berlin clinic shootingRead the original story

    Tuesday | Xinhuanet

    A gunman killed himself after shooting a doctor at the clinic in southwestern Berlin on Tuesday afternoon, local police said. "No evidence of other injured people and more perpetrators" was found, according to the police.


  19. Attacks in France and Germany claimed by Islamic State propaganda armRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Long War Journal

    The Islamic State's Amaq News Agency has claimed responsibility for two attacks in Europe. The first was a suicide bombing in Ansbach, Germany on July 24. More than one dozen people were injured, some of them seriously, when a bomber self-detonated outside of a music festival.


  20. Geert Wilders, Dutch MP, calls on EU to ban Muslim immigrationRead the original story

    Tuesday | Washington Times

    After a string of Islamic State-inspired attacks, the leader of the right-wing Dutch Party for Freedom has called on the European Union to ban Muslim immigration into its borders. He made the comment in the wake of the bombing in Ansbach, Germany, in which a Syrian migrant blew himself up and injured 15 at a music festival.