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Six people were killed in a shooting in the German city of Rot am See, Baden-Württemberg.
The suspect opened fire in a cafe, TASS and BGNES reported.
Police said the alleged offender was detained.
Cops and rescuers are on site.
According to preliminary data from the police, the conflict that led to the incident occurred for domestic reasons.
52% of Bulgarian teenagers aged 14-19 have been exposed to extreme content online, according to a nationally representative survey, part of a national "Find another way" campaign aimed at promoting critical thinking and civic engagement among young people. About 30% of them came across such content by accident, the survey shows.
Swiss skiier Joana Haehlen during the the FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup women's downhill race in the Bulgarian town of Bansko on January 24, 2020. Photo: EPA-EFE/Vassil Donev.
Serbia's Antonina Dubinina mid-competition during the women's short program of the ISU European Figure Skating Championships in Graz, Austria, on January 24, 2020. EPA-EFE/Tatyana Zenkovich.
The new National Anthem of Romania, "Desteapta-te Romane!" ("Awaken thee, Romanian!") was adopted on January 24, 1990, as soon as the Revolution of December 1989 ended, by a Decree-Law of the Council of the National Salvation Front (CFSN), shows the volume "Istoria Romaniei in date/The History of Romania in Dates" (Encyclopedic Publishing House, 2003).
The size of Turkey's retail sector reached 1.1 trillion Turkish Liras ($193 billion), according to a report by audit and consultancy firm KPMG Turkey.
The industry contracted in the first three quarters of 2019 by 5.3 percent, 3.9 percent and 1 percent, respectively last year.
The initial indicators suggest a recovery in 2020, the report added.
The construction of the Iasi-Targu Mures and Sibiu-Pitesti motorways are two of the Government's greater priorities, Prime Minister Ludovic Orban said in Iasi on Friday. Attending the events dedicated to the Unification of the Romanian Principalities, the head of the Executive showed that both motorways "are fundamental to ensure the connection between the historical provinces".
Croatian Health Minister Milan Kujundzic on Friday condemned Thursday's attack on a journalist who was investigating his home in Ivanbegovina, his village in Dalmatia, near the town of Imotski.
"I condemn the incident and feel sorry that it happened," Kujundzic said. Asked whether he might resign, he said that he had not considered it.
President Klaus Iohannis, who participates on Friday in the events dedicated to the Unification of the Romanian Principalities in Iasi, conveyed to the governors that the Romanians and Romania need the Unirii (Union - ed.n.) Motorway, a 'project enshrined by law', which 'obliges 'the state to build a high-speed motorway over the Carpathians, thus uniting the historical provinces, the head of st