The man who killed one person and injured six in a supermarket knife attack in Hamburg was a "known Islamist", police say.
Hamburg's state interior minister, Andy Grote, said the man - whose asylum claim had been rejected - was known to have been radicalized but hadn't been considered risky.
The Hamburg police weren't able to confirm the whole "Allahu akbar" part, nor were they sure if Islamicist ideology had anything whatsoever to do with the attack. Media reports said he injured his shoulder while throwing a metal rod at the attacker.
It also shed light on the nexus of violence and psychological distress, an overlooked outcome of the torturous quest for asylum, advocates say.
A video made minutes after the attack showed several civilians getting up from a nearby cafe and confronting the knifeman with chairs and stools until police arrived at the scene to arrest him. Police said they were still trying to determine his citizenship.
The suspect is also of Palestinian descent, reported Haaretz newspaper.
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A discussion that one Redditor had earlier today with Tesla customer service also sheds light on possibly delivery dates. The Long-Range model will cover nearly 500km on a single charge , while the Standard Model 3 will do just over 350km.
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The state prosecutor's office said late on Friday 18-year-old Gustavo Villamizar had become the latest victim of protest violence. Maduro's regime has forbidden protests through Tuesday, saying violators will face prison terms of five to 10 years.
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Almost 540 firefighters still are trying to extinguish the blaze that tore through 1,600 hectares of the tourist-heavy region. The Civil Protection Agency reports it has deployed more than 1,100 firefighters and 23 water-dropping aircraft to 13 blazes.
The man's only run-in with police came in April, prosecutors said, after he was caught shoplifting. Grote was unsure of the motives for the attack, saying, "It remains unclear which was the overriding element".
A friend had tipped authorities off to changes in the man, telling them that he stopped drinking alcohol and started talking about the Quran, said Torsten Voss, head of the Hamburg branch of Germany's domestic intelligence agency. But Grote said the threat level was considered low; specifically, he was classified as an Islamist, not a jihadist.
Those hurt in the supermarket included a 50-year-old woman and four men aged 19 to 64, while a 35-year-old Turkish man was wounded while capturing the attacker. The mayor said Ahmed was motivated by "hate".
He later wounded two other men in the supermarket before fleeing, injuring others along the way, before he was overpowered by courageous passers-by.
Like the alleged Hamburg attacker, Amri was a failed asylum seeker who could not be deported for lack of documents.
Friday's assault risks reopening a bitter debate over refugees two months before general elections, putting pressure on Chancellor Angela Merkel over her decision to open Germany's borders in 2015 and let in more than a million asylum seekers.
Sunday's incident is among the most serious since Israel and Jordan signed a peace treaty in 1994, the BBC reported Monday. In clashes with police in several areas of Jerusalem and occupied territories, three young Palestinians were killed.
Shares of Photo-Me International plc ( LON:PHTM ) traded down 0.15% during mid-day trading on Tuesday, reaching GBX 164.00. The stock of Lloyds Banking Group PLC (LON:LLOY) has "Sell" rating given on Friday, July 21 by Citigroup.
However, under gloomy conditions, the home side suffered first blow when Keaton Jennings was dismissed for a nine-ball duck. Over 76: England 249-5 (Stokes 58, Bairstow 32) Tidy over from Maharaj with Bairstow scrambling a singleoff the final ball.
The deputy president had left hours earlier for a campaign rally in the town of Kitale, where he joined President Uhuru Kenyatta. General Service Unit officers patrol outside the gate of DP President William Ruto's Sugoi home in Uasin Gishu County in 2014 .
What was most impressive about the right-arm pacer's wickets was that he managed to dismiss four out of India's top five batsmen. Pandya, who got dropped early in his innings, used the opportunity and scored a blistering half-century of just 49 balls.
Finance Minister Taro Aso said the government is going to explain the move to the U.S. and other countries. The tariff hike is a "safeguard" mechanism to protect domestic farmers, Japan's ministry said.
It said a key legal concern was the introduction of different retirement ages - for female judges at 60 and male judges at 65. The EU's executive body, as well as critics at home and overseas , see the measures as a threat to the rule of law in Poland.
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Sanders asked members of the press to "indulge" her in letting her tell them what serving the American people looks like to her. He asked Trump several questions, including, "How much monny do you have?" and "can we be friends?" "That is a waste of money".
The Vikings announced Sunday that Rhodes had signed a contract extension, but didn't disclose the terms of the deal. Last week, the Vikings signed defensive end Everson Griffen to a five-year, $58 million extension.
The incentives would only be awarded if Foxconn creates the jobs and pays an average yearly wage of almost $54,000. Critics have also cautioned that Foxconn has made promises before to invest in the US and not followed through.
In a similar incident on Tuesday, the USS Thunderbolt fired warning shots at Iranian navy boats operating in the Persian Gulf. Mr Araghchi said the new sanctions are "a breach of the deal in articles 26, 28 and 29".
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The threat has eased somewhat, the intelligence official said, in part due to the implementation of enhanced security measures . Restrictions are no longer in effect for the last of 10 airports with US bound flights that had a ban on electronic devices.
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Ms Abbott referred to the "understandable anger" of people in Mr Charles's community but said demonstrations "must be peaceful". The Independent Police Complaints Commission is investigating what led to Mr Charles' death.
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Juventus value him at around £60 million, which would be too much to pay for a player who primarily operates as a full-back. Turkish Super League giants Besiktas have tabled an offer for Chelsea's controversial striker Diego Costa .
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First hints of the impending reshuffle were given when BJP president Amit Shah chose to fight upcoming Rajya Sabha elections. Moreover, they have accused BJP President Amit Shah of engineering defections by using "money and muscle power".
USA places new sanctions on Iran following rocket launch
Strategic Command, which monitors launches around the world, could only confirm a satellite was not deployed from the rocket. During the 2016 presidential election campaign, the United States president promised to "rip up" the "worst deal ever made".
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Asked what he meant by including Priebus, Scaramucci says, "If Reince wants to explain he's not the leaker, he can do that". Witness the ongoing drama of Trump's daily attacks on Attorney General Jeff Sessions, and Sessions' refusal to resign.