Two German women have been killed in a knife attack at the Egyptian holiday resort town of Hurghada. Germany's foreign ministry suggested the attack intentionally targeted foreign tourists.
Two German tourists have been killed in a knife attack at the Egyptian holiday resort town of Hurghada. Officials said the suspected "Islamic State" inspired attack intentionally targeted foreign tourists.
One person was killed and four were injured in a knife attack in a Hamburg grocery store. Bystanders chased down the assailant and tackled him. Police have arrested a man from the United Arab Emirates.
The recent fatal knife attack on German nationals at a popular Egyptian resort is yet another setback for the country's troubled tourism sector. Industry officials have called for immediate action.
Terrorism has failed over the past few years to curb the travel enthusiasm of Germans. But the recent attack in Istanbul has caused unease. Will German holiday makers now discard past loyalties to travel destinations?
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