A 29-year-old man who was arrested in the early hours of Saturday in central Athens on suspicion of having sent the letter bombs that injured former premier Lucas Papademos in May and an employee at the International Monetary Fund's office in Paris in March, was allegedly in the process of clearing guns and explosives from a safe house.
The Las Vegas gunman who killed 58 people and himself in the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history stockpiled weapons and ammunition over decades, and meticulously planned the attack, authorities believe, Reuters reported.
But what led Stephen Paddock, 64, to unleash the carnage he did remains largely a mystery.
The police cleared the yard of the Tokuda metropolitan hospital in order to securely disarm bomb shells, BNT reported on Monday.
According to the preliminary information, two old projectiles were found. The ammunition was found during a repair in the courtyard of the hospital. There are no evacuated people at this stage either from the hospital or the surrounding buildings.
A suicide bomber has killed 22 people - including children - in an explosion that tore through fans leaving an Ariana Grand pop concert in Manchester, according to the Telegraph.
At least 59 people were also injured when the blast caused by an improvised explosive device carried by the attacker detonated at the Manchester Arena after the performance on Monday night.
An explosion occurred on Tuesday afternoon in the A28 ammunition depot of the Tehnicki Remontni Zavod in Kragujevac, central Serbia, that killed one person.
The Ministry of Defense announced this on Tuesday evening, adding that three more persons are listed as missing, while 25 members of the Serbian Army (VS) and the Interior Ministry (MUP) have been injured.
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The Military Trade Union has filed criminal complaints against a brigadier general and a lieutenant colonel, named with their initials as V.Z. and N.D.
The pair are accused of abusing their official position to allow persons from "the criminogenic environment" to use army's shooting ranges and ammunition.