One Dead After Knife Attack In Germany

World | Jacob Bojesson
Police secures the area at the Urbankrankenhaus in Berlin, Germany, April 27, 2017 after a shot was fired at the hospital in the Berlin Kreuzberg neighbourhood. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke

Second attack of the day

Thieves With A Serious Sweet Tooth Steal $75,000 Worth Of Nutella And Chocolate

World | Gabrielle Okun
Shutterstock/ PENANG, mALAYSIA - January 20, 2017: Jar of Nutella Hazelnut on Shelf in Supermarket

‘We don’t know what their motive was’

German Populists Make Late Push, Could Become Largest Opposition Party Against Merkel

World | Jacob Bojesson
Petry, chairwoman of the anti-immigration party Alternative for Germany (AfD), and AfD leader Meuthen stand at the end of the second day of the AfD congress in Stuttgart

‘This next government will not be in power for the full four years’

Study Proposes Ways To Help People Like Refugees

World | Amber Randall
A mounted policeman leads a group of migrants near Dobova, Slovenia October 20, 2015. Slovenia's parliament is expected to approve changes to its laws later on Tuesday to enable the army to help police guard the border, as thousands of migrants flooded into the country from Croatia after Hungary sealed off its border. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic

‘Enabling positive social encounters among citizens’

Angela Merkel: Nazis Are Bad, M'Kay?

DC Trawler | Jim Treacher
Angela Merkel, German Chancellor and leader of the conservative Christian Democratic Union (CDU) party waves following the start of the CDU's election rally for Germany's general election in Dortmund, Germany August 12, 2017. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay

A Small Fraction Of Migrants In Germany Arrive From 'Unsafe' Countries

World | Jacob Bojesson
A group of asylum seekers walk down the street as they are escorted from their tent encampment to be processed at Canada Border Services in Lacolle, Quebec, Canada August 11, 2017. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi

‘Deportation is a great illusion’

A 29-year old Syrian man is in custody on allegations that he, as a member of ISIS, committed war crimes in his home country.

| Alissa Stechschulte
An Iraqi special forces soldier shoots dead a would-be Islamic State suicide bomber in Mosul, Iraq, March 3, 2017. Goran Tomasevic: "I was accompanying an Iraqi counter-terrorism military unit into a district of western Mosul held by Islamic State. I had spent some time "embedded" with the counter-terrorism force so they allowed me to follow their advance. We were moving on foot through side streets, with soldiers searching house-to-house to clear the way. Turning a corner into a more exposed main street, we suddenly came under heavy fire from IS, which forced us to race inside a nearby house for cover. In so doing, a soldier near me was fatally shot in the back, while once inside the house another was shot in the head by a sniper as I was speaking with him. We were in a dangerous situation, pinned down by IS fire, though the militants were kept back for the time being by air strikes called in by the unit commander, plus intensified mortar fire from our side. Hours passed by and daylight faded to night. Suddenly soldiers near me began shouting, shooting broke out and I saw one soldier shooting a would-be IS suicide bomber trying to approach the house door. I took the picture seconds later standing just behind the shooter in silhouette, with the suicide bomber visible through a shell hole in the house wall, dead on the ground in a spreading pool of blood. It was pretty heavy stuff, extremely close-range war fighting. But I have covered the front lines of many wars so I just stay calm in these tough spots and think only how I can shoot the best pictures while seizing the right moment to pull back out of harm's way. This time, we had to wait until just after dawn the next day to retreat, darting from one street corner to the next to reach safety back behind the front lines." REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic/File photo.
A 29-year old Syrian man is in custody on allegations that he, as a member of ISIS, committed war crimes in his home country.

Soldier Heads To Court-Martial Over Humvees Falling From Plane

US | Jonah Bennett
Ukrainian servicemen walk in front of armoured cars at Kiev airport on March 25, 2015 during a welcoming ceremony of the first US plane delivery of non-lethal aid, including 10 Humvee vehicles. American lawmakers voted overwhelmingly on March 24 to urge President Barack Obama to provide Ukraine with lethal weapons to defend itself against Russian "aggression." The US House of Representatives approved the resolution in a broadly bipartisan 348-48 vote, heaping further pressure on the Obama administration to end its delays in providing weapons and other heavy military equipment to Kiev forces. Sergei Supinsky/AFP/Getty Images.

He could be imprisoned for up to 10 years

European Court Stops Germany From Deporting 'Dangerous' Islamist

World | Jacob Bojesson
Migrants board a flight to Tirana and Pristina from Munich airport, Germany, November 18, 2015. About 90 migrants from Albania and Kosovo were deported on Wednesday after their bid for asylum was declined. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle

He was on his way to the airport

Report: One In Five People In Germany Have An Immigrant Background

World | Jacob Bojesson
Migrants sing the traditional German christmas carol "Oh christams tree" during a Christmas gathering, organized by local relief organization "Die Johanniter", with christmas presents for the children at the refugee camp in Hanau, Germany, December 24, 2015. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach

Record increase in 2016

Muslims Form Fundamentalist Biker Gang In Germany

World | Joshua Gill
Ultra right-wing protesters carry flags that read "Section Northland - National Resistance" during a rally against salafists in Berlin, Germany, March 4, 2017. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke - RTS11FH3

‘Threat posed by Salafist violence’

Hamburg Stabber ‘Islamist But Not Jihadist’ Say Police

World | Grace Carr
Australian Federal Police officers stand near the check-in counters at the Sydney Airport Domestic terminal in Australia

Diagnosed as ‘psychologically unstable’

Iraqi Man Opens Fire At German Nightclub

World | Jacob Bojesson
Security forces and ambulances are seen after a knife attack in a supermarket in Hamburg, Germany, July 28, 2017. REUTERS/Morris Mac Matzen

‘Not assuming that this is an act of terrorist violence’

One Dead, Several Injured In Suspected Terror Attack In Germany

World | Jacob Bojesson
Police secures the area at the Urbankrankenhaus in Berlin, Germany, April 27, 2017 after a shot was fired at the hospital in the Berlin Kreuzberg neighbourhood. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke

Attacker reportedly shouted ‘Allahu akbar’

German States Acting Like Trump On Global Warming

Energy | Andrew Follett
Donald Trump giving the thumbs up gesture as he delivers a campaign speech at Sun Center Studios. (Shutterstock/Evan El-Amin)

‘At risk of tacitly joining Donald Trump’

German State Criticized For Aggressively Going After Potential Terrorists

World | Jacob Bojesson
Riot police armed with machine guns controls the street in front of Pasing railway station on January 1, 2016 in Munich, Germany. (Photo by Johannes Simon/Getty Images)

‘Interferes with every individual’

Swiss Police Take Manhunt For Homeless Chainsaw Attacker International

World | Jacob Bojesson
A handout picture released from the Schaffhausen Police shows a man, believed to be a chainsaw-wielding loner who is on his way to an insurance office and injuring people, in the Swiss town of Schaffhausen, Switzerland July 24, 2017. Courtesy Schaffhauser Polizei/Handout via REUTERS

‘Told my dog he had a great haircut’