UPDATE: 7:50 PM ET, JULY 22: The man found dead near the scene of a bloody shooting at a Munich shopping centre killed himself and was likely the sole shooter in the attack, a spokesman for the Munich police said on Saturday.
Police said ten people died in the attack, including the possible gunman.
Earlier police had said they were looking for up to three suspects in the attack, citing eyewitness accounts. Early Saturday, a Munich police spokesman said it was now believed likely that only one man was responsible for the shooting. more >>
Self-driving cars have been relatively rising, and Mercedes Benz is among those who joins the futuristic trend, with its latest autonomous bus, which recently drove around Amsterdam.
Russia's so-called "anti-extremism" law that restricts evangelism and missionary activities went into effect on Wednesday, and religious freedom advocacy groups say they are starting to assess the impact it will have on Christians in the country.
"For Christian advocates inside the country, there are challenges and risks," the American Center for Law and Justice's Gene Kapp said in a statement to The Christian Post on Thursday.
"Our team at the Slavic Centre for Law and Justice [ACLJ's Moscow affiliate that has argued against the law] is in the process of evaluating and analyzing the impact of the new directives. They are also preparing a webinar to provide critical advice and analysis for the Christian community on this vital issue. Details and timing are still being worked out. We will stand with them and assist in any way possible." more >>
An Injury to the Knee
Every sports fan knows of the knee injury 31-year old Real Madrid football icon Cristiano Ronaldo sustained in the Euro 2016 final held at Stade de France, 25 minutes into the game.
According to an article by Mirror Online, the Portuguese man was forced to leave the field after an eighth minute collision with France's midfielder Dimitri Payet which he failed to recover from. more >>
Russian Olympic officials are expecting a final decision from the International Olympic Committee by Sunday on whether the country's entire delegation will be banned from joining the Rio Olympics next month. The IOC has investigated Russian athletes over suspicions of state-sponsored doping.
A blanket ban may even be in the works after the International Olympic Committee received a report from World Anti-Doping Agency investigator Richard McLaren. The IOC may consider an all-out ban since the report accused the ministry of sports of overseeing actual doping activities of their athletes. more >>
In its attempt of exposing emails from Turkey President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's ruling party AKP, WikiLeaks has been blocked in the country on Wednesday, a few hours after the site's leakage activity.
Following the failed coup attempt which occurred July 15, WikiLeaks aimed to expose Turkey's political power by releasing almost 300,000 obtained e-mails from 2010 up to July 6, 2016,
The Turkish government has done an immediate action regarding the whistle-blowing and decided to prohibit Turks from accessing the said website. A senior Turkish official had also said that WikiLeaks had established stolen information, which caused the government to ban it in the country. more >>