Police see mental illness behind deadly German van attack
The foreign ministry in the Netherlands said two of the injured were Dutch, one of whom was in a critical condition. The vehicle ploughed into people seated at tables in the old city centre of Muenster, a popular tourist destination.
Syria war: Jets strike rebel-held Eastern Ghouta as evacuation stalls
State media denied the reports saying "such farces about chemical weapons" were triggered by the troops' quick push toward Douma. The air and ground offensive on Eastern Ghouta has killed more than 1,600 civilians and caused an global outcry.
Why would Israel launch strikes on Syria?
Trump yesterday promised a rapid decision on action, as "we can not allow atrocities like that". The U.S. military has a wide range of warplanes and other capabilities in the Middle East.
Steve Wozniak Leaves Facebook Over Privacy Concerns
Recently, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak announced that he is joining the opposition and will not use the service any longer. He said while Facebook made money off this, the users did not get any share of the profits back.
Canadian police: Fatalities after bus crash involving junior hockey league team
Before the game, a moment of silence was observed, with players from both teams standing in a circle around centre ice. Three survivors of a deadly Canadian bus crash have been photographed holding hands in their hospital beds.
Oil steady as easing US-China tension, US stockdraw support
Iran may be faced with sanctions pressures next month and Venezuela's political issues are creating problems in its oil sector. That would be the biggest drop since January if confirmed by the Energy Information Administration's data on Wednesday.
Paul Heyman Talks CM Punk Return To WWE
Lesnar dominated the match for a long period before he was introduced to the commentator's table courtesy of a Reigns spear. There was some shock, but it was mostly surrounding the future of Lesnar and his supposed return to the UFC .
Japan fires football coach months before World Cup, say reports
He said he had given the news over the weekend to Halilhodzic, who had reacted with a mixture of confusion and anger. And the JFA had been hoping Halilhodzic could create a similar breakthrough for Japan .
Pedal to the metal: Uber buys an e-bike sharing startup
The ruling means a French court was within its rights to fine Uber a couple years back for running an illegal transport service. As Reuters notes, this acquisition could potentially put Uber back on the map in worldwide markets where it has struggled.
Vatican police arrest former diplomat in US, Carlo Alberto Capella
Last September, the Vatican announced that it had recalled a then-unnamed diplomat from Washington after the U.S. State Department notified it about his "possible violation of laws relating to child pornography images".