Bulgaria Granted Humanitarian Status to Ansbach Attacker in 2013

After the IS connection surfaced, federal prosecutors in Karlsruhe, who investigate all suspected terrorism, took over the case saying they would seek to "determine if thus-far unknown accomplices or backers were involved in the crime". Mr Herrmann said the spate of attacks raised serious questions about Germany's asylum law and security nationwide. He was most recently told on July 13 that he would be deported to Bulgaria .

Ansbach Bomber Pledged Allegiance to ISIS in Video

Ansbach has a population of about 40,000 and is a major USA military garrison town, with around 5,000 members of the military living there along with civilians, contractors and retirees. But there is no information if he had planned to kill only himself or "take others with him into death", too. Neighbor Mahmood said Daleel told him he had been fingerprinted and registered as an asylum seeker in Bulgaria .

Chancellor Hammond: Don't Expect Brexit Clarity Until Later This Year

Chancellor Hammond: Don't Expect Brexit Clarity Until Later This Year

The two countries have witnessed closer economic ties in recent years. In the communique, the G20 underscored "the role of open trade policies and a strong and secure global trading system in promoting inclusive global economic growth, and we will make further efforts to revitalise global trade and lift investment ".

France orders Nice policing inquiry after July 14 attack

Speaking to Le Journal de Dimanche on Sunday, Valls said there was no doubting over Lahouaiej Bouhlel's terrorist motives. Islamic State has claimed the attack, calling Bouhlel one of its soldiers, but authorities have yet to produce evidence that the 31-year-old, who was shot dead by police, had any actual links to the militant group.

FBI investigates DNC hacking; Clinton campaign blames Russia

FBI investigates DNC hacking; Clinton campaign blames Russia

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