Fifteen people were injured in the Ansbach blast, four of them seriously, Ansbach Mayor Carda Seidel said. The attack in Ansbach, a serene city of about 40,000 west of Nuremberg, came near the end of the closing night of a popular open-air music festival being attended by about 2,000 people.
The U.S. Supreme Court is temporarily blocking a transgender male high school student in Virginia from using the boy's bathroom. Justice Stephen Breyer said that he joined with the majority as a " courtesy " that will " preserve the status quo " for the time being.
The missile landed in the sea off North Korea's east coast, and comes as South Korean and American officials discuss upgrades to anti-ballistic defense systems. The U.S. missile defense system also breaks strategic balance in the region and severely damages security interests of China and Russia as the X-band radar can peer into Chinese and Russian territories.
Trump arrives here after picking a fight with Wisconsin's most popular Republican politician, House Speaker Paul Ryan of Janesville. Wisconsin Assembly Speaker Robin Vos offered a blunt message ahead of the presidential nominee's arrival. Trump has been expressing outrage about a $400 million payment the USA made to Iran this year. Trump charged on Thursday in vivid detail that the Iranian government released a video of the cash exchange to embarrass America.
The area around the police station has been cordoned off. The Independent reported that one of the officers was taken to hospital with severe injuries to her face, while her colleague was not seriously wounded. "Thoughts go with the victims, their relatives and police officers", Michel added. Police in Charleroi tweeted that the attacker shouted "Allahu Akhbar!" Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel released a statement on Twitter , harshly condeming the attack.
She thanked Sanders in her remarks for putting economic and social justice issues "front and center". I want you to know, I've heard you. "Your cause is our cause". "I'm standing here as my mother's daughter, and my daughter's mother". While her speech was not as electrifying as those given by President Barack Obama and some other prominent Democrats at the Philadelphia convention, Clinton was authoritative and self-assured in her pitch to the American public.