US News Olympic attack: Relatives want to stay away from commemoration
Al Qaeda boss Al-Sawahiri killed in the US drone attack in Kabul. "Justice was practiced and this terrorist leader no longer lives," said US President Joe Biden on Monday evening in a television speech. Accordingly, Al-Sawahiri was killed on Saturday by
© Jim Watson The United States killed in an air raid in the Afghan capital Kabul Al Qaeda boss Aiman al-Sawahiri. "Justice was practiced and this terrorist leader no longer lives," said US President Joe Biden. Successful use is a clear signal to all enemies of the United States, said Biden. "No matter how long it takes, no matter where you are hiding: If you are a threat to our population, the United States will find and switch you off." At the same time, he hopes that Al-Sawahiri's killing w
Out of anger on German dealings with the Munich Olympic attack in 1972, members of the victims of the commemoration want to stay away.BUND, Free State and the City of Munich had agreed to pay another 5.4 million euros in compensation after 4.6 million euros had already flowed as humanitarian aids in 1972 and 2002. At the memorial event, according to SZ report, Federal President Frank-Walter Steinmeier apparently wants to emphasize German responsibility for the then disaster and the later use of it. The Palestinian terrorist command "Schwarzer September" murdered eleven athletes and coaches of the Israeli Olympic team on September 5 and 6, 1972.
Chancellery: Palestinian President Abbas throws Israel "Holocaust" in front of .
The statements fall during a press conference in the Berlin Chancellery. Scholz condemns them - but only afterwards. CDU boss Merz speaks of an "incredible process". © Jürgen Heinrich/Imago Palestinian President Abbas throws Israel "Holocaust" in front of Palestinian President Mahmud Abbas, with Holocaust accusations to Israel's address during a press conference with Federal Chancellor Olaf Scholz (SPD), triggered outrage in the Chancellery. "An incredible process in the Chancellery.