Germany shooting suspect livestreamed attempted attack on synagogue

The GuardianThe suspected gunman in the Yom Kippur synagogue attack in Halle, Germany, broadcast his rampage on the livestreaming platform Twitch, in the latest instance of rightwing extremists using mass shootings to create and promote real-time propaganda.

October 10th 2019


Germany shooting: Jewish group criticises police 'negligence'

BBC NewsA prominent German Jewish group has accused police of "negligence" after a gunman killed two people during an attack on an east German synagogue. The Central Council of Jews in Germany said it was "scandalous" that police were not protecting the ...

October 10th 2019


Assailant Live-Streamed Attempted Attack on German Synagogue

The New York TimesBERLIN — A heavily armed gunman with a live-streaming head camera tried to storm a synagogue in eastern Germany on Wednesday as congregants observed the holiest day in Judaism. Foiled by a locked door, he killed two people outside and wounded ...

October 10th 2019


German Man Arrested After Failed Attack on Synagogue

Wall Street JournalBERLIN—A German man suspected of killing two people near a synagogue in the country's east and streaming the assault online was arrested on Wednesday after what authorities said appeared to be an anti-Semitic attack by a far-right extremist. Witnesses ...

October 10th 2019