In France, two women have been killed at the main train station in the southern city of Marseille. The assailant — who used a knife — was shot dead by French soldiers. Investigators are now trying to determine if the incident was terror-related.
The "Islamic State" group has claimed responsibility for the stabbing that killed two people at Marseille's main train station. Anti-terror police are investigating after a suspect was shot dead.
Prosecutors have said that the Hamburg knife attack suspect wanted to "kill as many Germans of Christian faith as possible" but was not a member of "IS". One person was killed and six wounded in the July assault.
Munich police have sent a man suspected of wounding eight people in a knife attack to a nearby hospital for a mental evaluation. The 33-year-old German national was caught following a three-hour manhunt.
Patrice Evra has left French club Marseille after being banned from European football until June 30, 2018. The veteran defender karate kicked one of the French club's fans before a recent Europa League match.
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