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BERLIN (Reuters) - Federal prosecutors are taking over the investigation after a shooting in the east German city of Halle, magazine Der Spiegel said on its website, a procedural step which indicates a possible link of the attack to terrorism under German law.
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Basketball followers on mainland China expressed anger at the U.S. National Basketball Association on Wednesday after a fan event in Shanghai was cancelled, amid a row over free speech that has hurt the league's reputation in a key overseas market.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - As Israel's highways and city centres fell silent on Yom Kippur, environmentalists hailed the holiest day of the Jewish calendar as providing a brief but welcome respite from pollution.
BERLIN (Reuters) - A second shooting incident was reported in an eastern German town situated just outside the city of Halle, where two people were killed by a gunman outside a synagogue, Focus Magazine reported on Wednesday.
FUKUROI CITY, Japan (Reuters) - Coping with the pace of tier one nations had been most evident for Russia's players at the World Cup, but the fact they had little more than 12 months to get ready for the tournament was a testament to the side, coach Lyn Jones said on Wednesday.
BERLIN (Reuters) - One person has been detained after two people were killed in a shooting in the eastern German city of Halle, police said on Twitter on Wednesday.
FUKUROI CITY, Japan (Reuters) - Scotland will continue to prepare as planned for their crucial Pool A clash with Japan in Yokohama on Sunday despite the fixture being threatened by a powerful typhoon tracking towards the Tokyo region, coach Gregor Townsend said.
(Reuters) - Syrian Kurdish forces, scrambling to push back a Turkish invasion, have reached a deal with Damascus for Syrian army troops to deploy near the Turkish border, throwing into question the future of their region.
BERLIN/HALLE, Germany (Reuters) - A gunman who denounced Jews opened fire outside a German synagogue on Yom Kippur, the holiest day of the Jewish year, and killed two people as he livestreamed his attack.
(Reuters) - President Donald Trump will travel to Minnesota on Thursday for his first campaign rally since Democrats in Washington launched an impeachment inquiry against him, his latest event in one of the states he lost in 2016 but believes he can pick up next year.