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BERLIN, GERMANY: Germany has rejected a formal request from Turkey to freeze assets of members of the network of US-based cleric Fethullah Gulen, accused by Ankara of orchestrating last year’s failed coup, Germany’s Spiegel magazine reported on Saturday. The move is likely to worsen already strained ties between the two NATO allies after Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Friday Germany should react decisively to Turkey’s detention of two more German citizens on political charges. Without naming its sources, the magazine said the Turkish government had asked the Foreign Ministry in Berlin at the end of April to freeze the assets of the Gulen organisation and its members in Germany. It attached a list with 80 names, it said. Turkey fires 100 more judges, prosecutors in anti-Gulen purge The German government officially rejected the request at the end of June, telling Ankara there were no legal grounds for Germany’s financial watchdog BaFin to crack down on the Gulen movement and its supporters, the report said. The foreign ministry in Berlin declined to comment. The report also said that the number of Turkish extradition requests sent to Germany had jumped to 53 since the beginning of the year, already exceeding the total in the whole of 2016. Turkey’s private Dogan news agency said Turkish authorities had detained two German nationals on Thursday over suspected links to last year’s failed coup attempt. Turkey seeks arrest of 35 media workers over alleged Gulen links: report Dogan said the two German citizens of Turkish origin were [Read More…]
BERLIN: A gunman opened fire at a disco in southern Germany on early Sunday, killing one and wounding four before being shot by police, officials said in a statement. Gunman in US mall shooting found dead in jail cell The 34-year-old attacker “was critically injured in a shootout with police officers as he left the disco, and later succumbed to his wounds in hospital,” police said in a statement. This is a developing story and will be updated accordingly. The post Two killed, four wounded in German disco shooting appeared first on The Express Tribune. Click for detailed story
BERLIN: German police Tuesday arrested two suspected Syrian militants, one of them an alleged member of the Islamic State group accused of slitting the throat of a regime soldier, prosecutors said. The alleged former IS member, identified only as 30-year-old Abdulmalk A, was arrested in Berlin, and his 23-year-old compatriot Mousa HA in the eastern state of Saxony-Anhalt. Trump to order plan for Syria ‘safe zones’ Both men allegedly first joined the rebel group then called Al Nusra in 2012 to battle the regime of President Bashar al Assad, with Abdulmalk A commanding fighters. He allegedly captured a Syrian army sniper in early 2013 near the city of Tabqa, forced him to dig his own grave and slit his throat, the prosecutors said in a statement. Al Nusra, a former Al Qaeda affiliate, has since renamed itself the Fateh al Sham Front. In mid-2013 Abdulmalk A switched allegiance to the IS, in his eastern home city of Deir ez-Zor, joined its combat operations and then was tasked with administering the IS-captured Tabqa Dam, Syria’s largest. Tabqa sits on the Euphrates River and on a strategic supply route about 55 kilometres (35 miles) west of Raqa, the Syrian heart of IS’s so-called caliphate. German army officer pretended to be Syrian refugee, planned terrorist attack US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces hoping to capture Raqa entered Tabqa in April and have since captured most of the city, but the IS is still putting up fierce resistance. The Syrian war has claimed more than 320,000 lives [Read More…]
BERLIN: A man drove into a crowd standing by a bakery in the southwestern German town of Heidelberg on Saturday, injuring three people but a police spokesman said it was not yet possible to say whether it was a terrorist attack. Police said in a statement that one of the injured was seriously hurt. The suspect was seen getting out of the car with a knife and was later tracked down to near a swimming pool. He is now in a hospital in Heidelberg having been shot by police while being arrested, leaving him seriously injured, they said. Nine dead as truck ploughs into German crowd Regional newspaper Rhein-Neckar-Zeitung said he was not fit to be questioned. Investigations by the public prosecutors’ office in Heidelberg and the town’s criminal police were continuing, police said. Rhein-Neckar-Zeitung cited police as saying the suspect was a young German man. The newspaper said the suspect had stopped at a red traffic light and when it turned green put his foot down before hitting the group of people at high speed and smashing into a pillar. The German authorities are on high alert after a failed Tunisian asylum-seeker drove a truck into a Christmas market in Berlin on December 19, killing 12 people. The post Man drives into crowd in German town, three people injured:police appeared first on The Express Tribune. Click for detailed story
BERLIN: German weekly magazine Der Spiegel sparked controversy at home and abroad on Saturday with a front cover illustration of US President Donald Trump beheading the Statue of Liberty. It depicts a cartoon figure of Trump with a bloodied knife in one hand and the statue’s head, dripping with blood, in the other. It carries the caption: “America First”. The artist who designed the cover, Edel Rodriguez, a Cuban who came to the United States in 1980 as a political refugee, told The Washington Post: “It’s a beheading of democracy, a beheading of a sacred symbol.” The cover set off a debate on Twitter and in German and international media, with Alexander Graf Lambsdorff, a member of Germany’s Free Democrats (FDP) and vice president of the European Parliament, describing it as “tasteless”. US Attorney General named for ‘courage award’ after defying Trump’s travel ban The cover follows a series of attacks on Berlin’s policies by Trump and his aides, marking a rapid deterioration in German relations with the United States. Chancellor Angela Merkel was the go-to European ally for former US president Barack Obama, who praised her as “an outstanding partner”. Last month, Trump said Merkel had made a “catastrophic mistake” with her open-door migration policy, and this week his top trade adviser said Germany was using a “grossly undervalued” euro to gain advantage over the United States and its European partners. No one was available for comment on the Spiegel cover at the US embassy in Berlin. The post German [Read More…]
At least 12 people killed and many injured in centre of Berlin, police say, as suspected driver is arrested. Click for detailed story