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.
A local paper reports that fighter jets were scrambled after a German passenger jet reported a bomb threat. It was flying from Egypt to Dusseldorf.
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.
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