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Multiple deaths reported at shooting in Munich shopping mall: newspaper

Multiple deaths reported at shooting in Munich shopping mall: newspaper

Germany's Muencher Abendzeitung reported that up to 15 people were killed in a shooting in a shopping mall in the southern city of Munich. TV images showed dozens of emergency vehicles outside the mall. The shopping center is next to the Munich Olympic stadium, where the Palestinian militant...

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Truck 'terrorist' kills 84 in attack on Nice Bastille Day crowd

Truck 'terrorist' kills 84 in attack on Nice Bastille Day crowd

A "terrorist" gunman killed 84 people and wounded scores when he drove a heavy truck at high speed into a crowd that had watched Bastille Day fireworks in the French Riviera city of Nice late on Thursday, officials said. Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve said 80 people died and 18 were in a...

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 Up to 30 feared dead after van rams into crowd in Nice 'attack': local official

Up to 30 feared dead after van rams into crowd in Nice 'attack': local official

 Up to 30 people are feared dead and over 100 others were injured after a van drove into a crowd watching Bastille Day fireworks in the French resort of Nice Thursday, a local official told French television, describing it as a "major criminal attack". Speaking to BFMTV, Sebastien...

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Serbian man kills 5, injures 22, in cafe shooting

Serbian man kills 5, injures 22, in cafe shooting

 Five people were killed and another 22 were wounded early on Saturday when a man entered a cafe in northern Serbia and opened fire with an assault rifle, police said. Police arrested the suspect, a man in his late 30s identified only as Z.S., immediately after the shooting during a local...

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 Pro-Brexit leader Johnson says nothing will change in short term

Pro-Brexit leader Johnson says nothing will change in short term

Ex-London mayor Boris Johnson, a leading campaigner for Britain to leave the EU and the bookmakers' favorite to replace David Cameron as Prime Minister, said nothing would change over the short term following the Brexit vote. "In voting to leave the EU it is vital to stress that there is now...

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Belgian police detain 12 suspected of planning new attacks

Belgian police detain 12 suspected of planning new attacks

Belgian police arrested 12 people suspected of planning new attacks after about 40 houses were searched across the country overnight, the federal prosecutor's office said on Saturday. Europe is on high security alert, with the Euro 2016 soccer tournament underway in neighboring France, after...

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British lawmaker shot dead, EU referendum campaigns suspended

British lawmaker shot dead, EU referendum campaigns suspended

A British member of Parliament was shot dead in the street in northern England on Thursday, causing deep shock across Britain and the suspension of campaigning for next week's referendum on the country's EU membership. Jo Cox, 41, a lawmaker for the opposition Labour Party and...

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French police killer was part of Syria extremist probe: sources

French police killer was part of Syria extremist probe: sources

The man who killed a policeman and his partner at their home near Paris overnight was part of a recent investigation into a Syria extremist network, police sources said Tuesday. The 25-year-old man, who was shot dead by security forces after repeatedly stabbing the policeman and then killing...

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French rail strike disrupts train traffic

French rail strike disrupts train traffic

A rail strike has disrupted local and national train traffic in France, but not international lines. France's national rail company SNCF says a third of the country's high speed trains are being canceled. Eurostar trains to London and Thalys trains to Brussels are expected to run normally...

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Switzerland wants to strip citizenship from jihadist suspect

Switzerland wants to strip citizenship from jihadist suspect

Switzerland said on Tuesday it was seeking to revoke the citizenship of a 19-year-old Swiss-Italian man identified by a former employer as a suspected jihadist who travelled to Syria to join Islamic State. The Swiss authorities believe at least 73 people have travelled to the Middle East to...

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Germany to consider stripping IS fighters of citizenship: document

Germany to consider stripping IS fighters of citizenship: document

Germany's ruling coalition plans to look into stripping Islamic State fighters of their German citizenship to prevent them from coming back to the country, a draft document seen by Reuters on Wednesday shows. More than 800 people have traveled from Germany to Syria and northern...

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Swedish police hunt arsonist suspected of torching school

Swedish police hunt arsonist suspected of torching school

Swedish police say they are searching for a suspected arsonist believed to have torched a Muslim school before making off in a car that almost ran over a police officer. Malmo police spokesman Clas Svensson says the fire late Saturday in the southwestern city was under control and no one was...

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Brussels Airport reopens with three flights, tighter security

Brussels Airport reopens with three flights, tighter security

 Brussels Airport reopens Sunday with three "symbolic" flights and strict additional security checks for passengers, marking a new era for air travel in Belgium after attacks by ISIS suicide bombers. The key travel hub has been closed since two men blew themselves up in the departure hall...

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U.S. to deploy armored brigade combat teams to Europe

U.S. to deploy armored brigade combat teams to Europe

The U.S. military said on Wednesday that it would deploy rotations of U.S.-based armored brigade combat teams to Europe, part of a wider effort to counter what the United States sees as Russian aggression on the continent. The teams will be on nine-month rotations starting in...

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Belgium charges 3 more attacks suspects with terror offenses

Belgium charges 3 more attacks suspects with terror offenses

Belgian prosecutors announced they have charged three men with terror offenses over the suicide attacks on the Brussels airport and subway, as organizers canceled a solidarity rally at the government's request because police are too strapped to cope. At a news conference in Brussels Saturday,...

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Two Ukrainian soldiers killed, 8 wounded in fresh clashes in rebel east

Two Ukrainian soldiers killed, 8 wounded in fresh clashes in rebel east

 Two Ukrainian soldiers have been killed in the latest uptick in fighting with pro-Russian separatists in the country's war-torn east, a Kiev military official said Saturday. "As a result of fighting two Ukrainian servicemen were killed and another eight were wounded," Ukrainian military...

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Brussels Airport will not reopen for passenger flights before Tuesday

Brussels Airport will not reopen for passenger flights before Tuesday

Brussels Airport said on Saturday it would not reopen for passenger flights before Tuesday after suicide bombers blew themselves up in the departure hall. Bombs exploded at the airport and at a metro station in Brussels last Tuesday, killing 31 people.

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ISIS ‘trains 400 fighters to attack Europe’

ISIS ‘trains 400 fighters to attack Europe’

Security officials have told The Associated Press that the ISIS has trained at least 400 attackers and sent them into Europe for terror attacks. The network of interlocking, agile and semiautonomous cells shows the reach of the extremist group in Europe even as it loses ground in Syria. The...

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