Authorities in Tunisia have arrested the nephew of the suspected attacker in Berlin – the Tunisian Anis Amri, reported world media.
Turkey’s Prosecutor General has revealed to the media that a letter written by the killer of the Russian ambassador in Ankara has been discovered, reported BGNES.
The Greek law which forces employers to ask the government for approval when resorting to large-scale layoffs is too unclear and violates European laws, ruled the European Court of Justice on Wednesday, reported Reuters.
The new suspect for the attack in Berlin is linked to one of the most dangerous networks of salafites in Germany.
The armed coalition Jaish al-Fatah has assumed responsibility for the assassination of the Russian Ambassdor in Ankara, reported BNR.
The European Commission has proposed that bank accounts of suspected terrorists in the EU be frozen within 48 hours without a sentence having entered into force.
German police are searching for a Tunisian national over the lorry attack on a Christmas market in Berlin that killed 12 people on Monday, media report.
A Macedonian court has granted two requests, one from each of the biggest parties, to hold a repeat election in two stations, potentially reshaping the result.
German police are looking for the perpetrator of a lorry attack which left 12 dead in Berlin on Monday.
Sovereignty belongs to the nation unconditionally; you have the right to demand the death penalty, stated Turkish President Erdogan in front of participants in the opening of the Euro-Asian tunnel under the Bosphorus on Tuesday, reported BGNES.
German police have reported that 24 of the people who were injured in the attack on the Christmas bazaar in Berlin on Monday night have been discharged from the hospital.
The Austrian police intend to distribute 6,000 pocket-size alarms in order to prevent attempts at sexual harassment.
German police reckon that the arrested Pakistani, suspected of the truck attack on Monday which killed 12 people, is not the real perpetrator, stated the chief of police in the capital Klaus Kandt, reported BNR.
German Chancellor has said that authorities have to assume they are "dealing with a terrorist attack", given the information available in the first hours after a lorry veered into a Christmas market in central Berlin.
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