Police said the attacker, 36, was from the former Yugoslavia and mentally ill.
"We are not using the words 'rampage' or 'terror,' said the federal police spokesperson.
'There is absolutely no reason to allow ourselves to be reproached over this,' a German government spokesman said.
The Federal Republic of Germany will recognize Prof. Ben-Sasson's commitment to German-Israeli relations
The driver, wielding a knife, tried to escape but was intercepted by police and shot.
You, too, can own Adolf Hitler's personal presentation telephone, recovered from the Fuhrerbunker.
“I think peace is only possible, when none of the parties to the conflict think they can win. "
"We can never forget atrocities against Jews and others in the Holocaust," VP Pence said.
Iraq's Prime Minister Haider Al-Abadi added, "Terrorism and Da'esh are the enemies of the Muslims first."
Israel's Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman (Yisrael Beiteinu) on Sunday told the Munich Security Conference the conflict between Israel and the Arabs does involve a...
Mobileye and Volkswagen are taking the next step towards autonomous driving.
Hёke also accused German Chancellor Angela Merkel of damaging the younger generation, who, in his opinion, are not brought up as patriots.
It's still not known how the toxic gas got into the air conditioning system at the airport.
Some German fans started singing the correct German anthem, buy were drowned out by the Nazi tune on the loudspeakers.
President Trump backed up his threat with new sanctions against Iran in response to Tehran's latest ballistic missile test.
The 12 raids targeted six suspects accused of planning attacks on police officers, asylum seekers and Jews. A seventh suspect is believed to be supporting the group by purchasing arms and ammunition.
From 2012-2016 the German government has provided more than $290,000 to NGO promoting turning Israel into a multicultural, Arab-majority state.
"We, the citizens of Germany, are now joined in a great national effort to rebuild our country and restore its promise for all of our people."
US Secy of State John Kerry said it was "frankly inappropriate" for President-elect Trump to express an opinion on actions by another leader.
Germany's foreign minister says negotiations between Israel and the Palestinian Authority can't be "undermined by construction of settlements."