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According to German media outlets, if the explosives had killed a member of the team and the club's share price dropped, Sergej W could have gained up to €3.9m as a result of a large drop in Dortmund's shares. "We assume that the suspect arrested is responsible for the attack", said Frauke Koehler, a spokeswoman for the prosecutors' office. The club thanked authorities in a statement.
  • Champs Élysées Reopens After Shooting

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    The swift claim indicated the group may have been trying to capitalise on the widespread attention from a high-profile attack at a time when Islamic extremism and security are at the centre of France's presidential campaign. The attacker emerged from a vehicle and used an automatic weapon to shoot at officers outside a Marks & Spencer store at the centre of the Champs-Elysees, anti-terrorism prosecutor Francois Molins said.
  • Kashmir: Cow-vigilantes attack family including nine-year-old, arrested

    Kashmir: Cow-vigilantes attack family including nine-year-old, arrested

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    The victims said the attackers took away their entire livestock including goats, sheep, and cows. "We have registered and an FIR and the accused have been identified", said SSP Tahir Bhat. They even beat our elders very badly. He also said livestock has been restored to the family. "Strict action will be taken against these goons", said Jammu and Kashmir police chief SP Vaid said.
  • At least 12 people killed overnight in Venezuela

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    Three other people were killed during protests on Wednesday and Thursday. Riot police firing tear gas fought running battles overnight in the west and south of Caracas with protesters demanding the ouster of President Nicolas Maduro. They were met by curtains of tear gas and rubber bullets as they tried to march to central Caracas . "Twenty days of resistance and we feel newly born", said opposition lawmaker Freddy Guevara during an evening, outdoor press conference.
  • Paris terror attack: Hunt on for second suspect

    Paris terror attack: Hunt on for second suspect

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    In the latest attack, Jugele was the only person killed when an assailant opened fire with an assault rifle on a police van parked on the Champs-Elysees. "In times such as these we have to demonstrate that France is united", he said. "What does seem clear is that Islamic State was planning something".
  • Security dominates French election after shooting

    Security dominates French election after shooting

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    The far-right candidate, Marine Le Pen, demanded the closure of all Islamist mosques. There are four leading candidates in a race that is still too close to call. Parliament voted in December to extend the extraordinary provisions to ensure the protection of upcoming presidential and general elections . Cheurfi also had addresses of police stations written on bits of paper in his auto, he said.
  • Palestinian Prisoners Stage Massive Hunger Strike In Israel

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    Israeli occupation forces attacked protesters using rubber bullets and teargas to suppress demonstrations in the occupied West Bank city of Bethlehem. However, Israeli troops and settlers had pulled out of the Gaza strip in 2005. Mr Abbas and his supporters seek a Palestinian state, roughly in the pre-1967 lines.
  • Paris: Attacker kills officer before being shot dead

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    In addition to the assault rifle used in the attack, he had a pump action shotgun and knives in his vehicle, the sources said. Mr Molins said: "The investigations will now focus on determining. IS has said it was behind the attack. President Trump on Friday morning said that he expected the Champs Elysees incident to have a "big effect on the French presidential election ".
  • North Korea nuclear threat dominates Pence-Turnbull talks

    North Korea nuclear threat dominates Pence-Turnbull talks

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    Tillerson told reporters this week that the U.S was "reviewing all the status of North Korea , both in terms of state sponsorship of terrorism as well as other ways in which we can bring pressure on the regime in Pyongyang". Tensions between the U.S. and North Korea have soared in recent weeks following a drumbeat of missile tests and fears that Pyongyang may be readying a sixth nuclear test.
  • Pence says trade with South Korea must change

    Pence says trade with South Korea must change

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    Trump campaigned on an "America First" pledge, promising to overhaul trade agreements that he said hurt U.S.jobs. The focus of his trip is expected to shift in Japan to trade. Vice President Mike Pence, who co-chaired the meeting along with Japanese Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Taro Aso, expressing hope for an eventual bilateral trade pact.
  • US Spy Planes Watching for Possible North Korea Nuke Test

    US Spy Planes Watching for Possible North Korea Nuke Test

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    North Korea revealed new missiles during a large military parade in Pyongyang over the weekend to celebrate the 105th anniversary of founding leader Kim Il-sung. Seoul, Tokyo, Honolulu and Guam are all now within range of North Korean ballistic missiles, and North Korea has threatened them with nuclear strikes.