A GUNMAN who murdered two people outside a German synagogue was today seen being led into court with a bandaged neck suffered in a gun battle with police. The Neo-Nazi shooter was escorted off a helicopter by special forces ahead of his court hearing after yesterday’s atrocities.
At least two people have been shot dead near a synagogue in the German city of Halle. Local police said the perpetrators have fled in a vehicle, and a manhunt is underway.
Police did not immediately confirm local reports that a man had gone to the door of the synagogue and then shot at a passerby.
The Bild newspaper reported that the attacker used a submachine gun in the assault, and threw a hand grenade into the cemetery.
The attack came during Yom Kippur, a Jewish religious festival that sees observers fast and pray at synagogues to atone for sins.
Berlin’s fire service says a car has hit people on a sidewalk in the German capital and four people have been killed, including a small child
In a serious traffic accident on Friday evening in Berlin-Mitte four people were killed, including a toddler.
A Porsche SUV raced for unknown reasons on a walkway on Invalidenstraße. According to BZ information, it plowed into a group of people on the corner of the Ackerstraße. 4 people were killed in the accident.
A 40-year-old Georgian man was shot to death in a Berlin park by a man on a bicycle. Police have arrested a Russian national over the killing, but authorities are still trying to determine the motive behind the attack.
A suspect approached the victim from behind, shooting him twice in the head before fleeing on his bicycle, the witness said.
A 49-year-old Russian citizen from Chechnya was arrested in Berlin, police announced on Sunday, in relation to a murder which happened in the German capital’s Moabit neighbourhood on Friday.
The murder was committed in a park called Kleiner Tiergarten.
Footage from Sunday shows pale traces of blood at the crime scene, along with torn police tapes which were used to seal off the area during the investigation.Source: Germany: Police arrest Russian citizen in Berlin murder probe
There’s more than 300,000 people who live in the town, but if you can prove it’s all a hoax, you’ll be $1.1 million richer.
Despite the fact that more than 300,000 German citizens live in this city — which includes a university and an iconic castle — a tongue-in-cheek conspiracy theory posits that Bielefeld is not an actual place. In fact, the theory has been going around for decades, alleging that the town is fake and was created by the CIA. Because some people won’t let this thing go, German officials have decided to play the same game and offer up $1.1 million to whoever can prove that Bielefeld really, truly does not exist.
German City Rocked After Kazakh Man Hacked to Death by Syrian Migrant in Broad Daylight
A local news bureau reported “shock” in the German city of Stuttgart after a 36-year-old man was hacked to death with what appeared to be a katana-type sword in the middle of the street on Wednesday afternoon.
The attack took place in front of dozens of witnesses and was filmed by passers-by on mobile phones from multiple angles, and saw a man, a 36-year old German resident of Kazakhstan origin, lying on the floor and being repeatedly hacked at and stabbed with a sword, reports German newspaper Bild.
Video recordings from the scene seen by Breitbart London show the victim lying helpless as the attacker raises the weapon above his head, reportedly bringing it down on the head and upper chest of the victim repeatedly while witnesses can be heard screaming and calling for police in the background.