An asylum seeking teenage suicide attack suspect has been detained by police in Germany following a raid in a village outside of Berlin.Read the full story ›
The incident happened when the truck that was transporting the blade was involved in a rear-end collision.Read the full story ›
The operation comes after two bombs were found at a construction site in the city and three others were found nearby.Read the full story ›
A woman who took a hotel to court in a bid to reveal the identity of her child's father has lost her legal battle.Read the full story ›
The 22-year-old has been named locally as Dean Steele from Glasgow.Read the full story ›
Protesters and police have clashed in Cologne as a demonstration against the AfD party turned violent.Read the full story ›
The anonymous email claims to be from a far-right group in a missive which rages against multiculturalism and threaten a further attack.Read the full story ›
Investigators reportedly have "significant doubts" about the authenticity of letters claiming responsibility for this week's bomb attack on German football club Borussia Dortmund's bus.
Three still-unverified confession letters found at the scene of Tuesday evening's blasts had suggested an Islamic extremist motive.
However a report commissioned by investigators - reported by German broadcasters NDR, WDR and newspaper Sueddeutsche - said detectives now question whether the letter was really written by Islamists.
German prosecutors confirmed on Thursday that a man detained in connection with the bus attack is believed to be a former commando unit leader for the so-called Islamic State in Iraq.