Police have arrived at the site of the incident and are investigating the situation. At the same time, the news channel SWR reported, citing Trier Mayor Wolfram Leibe, that at least two people have died and 10 are injured as a result of the incident.
Last year, Paris approved a 3 percent revenue tax, dubbed "GAFA" (meaning Google, Apple, Facebook, and Amazon) on companies with profits of more than €25 million ($28 million) in France and corporations making over €750 million (around $890 million) worldwide, resulting in a harsh reaction from the Trump administration.
The Brazilian midfielder played at Anfield for six football seasons before he was signed up by Barcelona. However, his stay at La Liga was mired with problems, which prompted the club to loan him to Bayern Munich.
One of Britain's biggest clothing retailers, Arcadia entered into administration on Monday, largely blaming its fall on the coronavirus pandemic.
Senior Iranian officials have blamed Friday’s assassination of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh on Israel. Tel Aviv has so far remained silent on the matter.
The 44th president made the statement while promoting his book titled "A Promised Land". In his memoir, the Democrat talks about his political career from the moment he became a state senator for Illinois to becoming the first African American president of the United States.
TEHRAN (Sputnik) - Iranian lawmakers on Tuesday ratified the general outlines of a national plan to boost nuclear activity in the wake of the recent assassination of Iranian nuclear physicist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, media reported.
The global COVID-19 tally has surpassed 63 million, while the death toll has reached almost 1.46 million worldwide, according to Johns Hopkins University. The spike in the number of infected forced several countries to impose quarantines in November, however, most are expected to end their lockdowns this month.