On July 22, a shooter killed at least nine people and injured over a dozen at a Munich mall. He then committed suicide. According to police, the shooter was an 18-year-old German of Iranian origin, his motives remain unknown.
Germany’s Alternative for Germany (AfD) party wants the government to relax gun laws to allow citizens to protect their lives amid rising security concerns, its chairwoman told local media Saturday.
Refugees have affectionately referred to Angela Merkel as "Mutti" (mama), praising the chancellor for her open door policy that has allowed more than a million of asylum seekers to settle in Germany. But a week of migrant-related terror in Bavaria and Baden-Württemberg has given birth to a new nickname for Merkel, "Mutter Terroresia."
Individuals responsible for the latest wave of terror violence across Europe do not intend to survive the attacks in the first place and this is what makes stopping them so hard, FSB Major General Alexander Mikhailov told Vechernyaya Moskva.
A day after the shooting in Munich Olympia Shopping Mall, which left nine people dead and over 30 injured, Sputnik's correspondent visited the scene and spoke with the city's residents who laid flowers to commemorate the victims of the deadly attack.
The 18-year-old German-Iranian man who killed nine in Munich on Friday had been plotting the attack for about a year, according to Bavarian police.
The number of people injured in the attack on a shopping mall in the German city of Munich rose to 35, according to police.
The Munich shooting may prompt Berlin to reconsider the country's gun control laws, Germany's interior minister said.
Germany has found itself between a rock and a hard place following the July 22 shooting in Munich as law enforcement and experts tried to determine whether Islamists or radical nationalists were behind the attack. Both versions are an "absolute nightmare" for Berlin, Albert Naryshkin wrote in an extensive analysis for PolitRussia.
Germany must restrict access to deadly weapons, country’s Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel said following the Munich shooting.
US Secretary of State John Kerry expressed his condolences over the deadly Munich attack at talks with his German counterpart Frank-Walter Steinmeier.
German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere and chiefs of the country’s security services on Saturday informed the government on the progress in investigation of the deadly shooting in the city of Munich.
The deadly Munich attack is likely to affect the German political landscape: following the tragedy voices have emerged blaming the incident on German Chancellor Angela Merkel's policies. Does that mean Merkel stands a chance of losing in a 2017 national federal election?
Three Turkish citizens were among those killed in an attack at a mall in the German city of Munich, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said Saturday.
According to the German chancellor, the German interior minister and chiefs of security services informed the government on the progress in investigation of the deadly shooting in the city of Munich.
The chief of Bavarian police said that recent shooting attack in Munich had no links to Daesh.
Iran's Foreign Ministry spokesman deplored the Munich attack and urged to launch a life-and-death struggle to eradicate killing of innocent people.
Russian President Vladimir Putin expressed his condolences to the people of Germany following the deadly shooting in Munich in a letter addressed to the German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Minister President of Bavaria Horst Seehofer, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Saturday.
German police have searched the apartment where the Munich shooting suspect lived with his parents, local media reported Saturday.