Paris has been rocked by another terror alert. In the heart of the city, a man drove a car laden with explosives into a police vehicle. The attacker was pronounced dead afterwards. Apparently the man had been on a security watchlist since 2015.
After the most violent scenes of the 'gilets jaunes' protests last weekend, police are closing off some key areas this weekend. Redeployment of soldiers to free up police for public order roles has also caused concern.
The persecution of Christians across the world is on the rise, just like the politicization of religion. But in the wake of the terror attacks in Sri Lanka, experts are warning against proclaiming a war between faiths.
'Yellow vest' protesters have again marched through Paris and other French cities to voice their anger at President Emmanuel Macron. Although noticeably calmer than previous weeks, police deployed tear gas at one point.
Prosecutors in Frankfurt said the ten individuals were detained on suspicion of planning an Islamist attack using a car and guns. The aim was to kill as many people as possible.
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