Lipzeig is 50 miles away from Chemnitz. Germany's Spiegel Online reported that Albakr had approached another Syrian national at Leipzig train station on Sunday. Both suspects now in custody had arrived in Germany in the past two years and had submitted asylum applications. Police have only said that the man was originally from the Damascus area of Syria and had been granted refugee status after arriving in Germany past year.
Instead, the United States and Russian Federation accused one another of not satisfying their commitments. He urged all sides to restart the Syria peace process, which he said had been "jeopardised" by the radical groups. "The world has got to a unsafe phase", former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev said in an interview with state news service RIA Novosti on Monday. Neither Russia nor Syria is a member of the International Criminal Court.
Riyadh, Aden-The Arab Coalition forces intercepted on Sunday two ballistic missiles launched by Houthi militias toward the Marib province, east of Sana'a. Political analyst Ibrahim Mousawi believes that the United States' acceptance and the silence of the worldwide community have emboldened the Saudi kingdom to continue its bombing campaign against Yemeni civilian areas.
Fans on social media claimed that Pique had intentionally cut off the Spain flag but, unlike the shorter version, the long-sleeved version did not feature the flag, according to the Spanish Football Federation . First capped in 2009, Pique is an automatic choice in central defence for Spain and a key part of their plans for the Moscow World Cup finals, when he will be 31.
And yes there's a story behind the sweater. It's hard to say exactly why Ken Bone, some guy who asked the candidates a question during the second presidential debate, went viral. Part of the appeal of Bone , whose Twitter account identifies him as being from St. Louis, is the fact that he was so darn earnest. And the Atlanta Journal-Constitution has you covered if you want to buy a similar sweater.
Earlier, US intelligence and homeland security took the unusual step of publicly accusing the Russian government of directing cyber-attacks on American political organizations. It would not be the first time Russian Federation has used such tactics to try and influence public opinion in other countries, officials said. Several states have reported scanning and probing of election-related systems recently, which was linked to a Russian company, but not the government.