In Kopenhagen sind in einer Veranstaltung mit dem schwedischen Mohammed-Karikaturisten Lars Vilks Schüsse gefallen. Weltweit ist die Botschaft angekommen: Skrupellose Gewalt macht Schlagzeilen. Für den Attentäter in Kopenhagen waren wohl die Terroristen in Paris Vorbild. Der Anschlag auf das Kulturzentrum Krudttønden (deutsch: „Das Pulverfass“) ereignete sich am Samstag, dem Februar Ein Täter eröffnete mit einer.
Anschläge in Kopenhagen 2015Erst fallen Schüsse auf ein Kulturzentrum in Kopenhagen, dann wird eine Synagoge Ziel des Nach Terroranschlag in Kopenhagen - Trauer vor Synagoge. Nach drei Detonationen in Kopenhagen und Südschweden hat die schwedische vor der dänischen Steuerverwaltung in Kopenhagen hat die schwedische Polizei einen Prozess in Istanbul wegen "Terror-Propaganda". In Kopenhagen sind in einer Veranstaltung mit dem schwedischen Mohammed-Karikaturisten Lars Vilks Schüsse gefallen.
Terror In Kopenhagen At the scene: Malcolm Brabant, BBC News, Copenhagen VideoArrests in Denmark foil potential terrorist attack
Two men ordered to remain in custody after being accused of helping man suspected of carrying out shootings in the Danish capital at the weekend.
Two men detained on Sunday have been ordered to remain in custody for 10 days after being charged with aiding the suspect in the Copenhagen terror attacks.
The defence lawyer for one of the detained men said they were accused of helping the gunman evade authorities and get rid of a weapon during the manhunt that ended early on Sunday when the attacker was killed in a shootout with police.
The shootings come at a time of heightened security and rising fears of Islamist violence, after gunmen launched the worst attack in half a century on the streets of Paris last month.
Anti-terrorism sweeps carried out across Europe since mid-January have resulted in the arrests of dozens of suspected jihadists and seizures of large stocks of weapons and explosives.
Isreali Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday urged a mass exodus of Jews from Europe in the wake of the Copenhagen attacks.
Mr Netanyahu made similar statements about immigration after the Paris shooting, saying Israel would welcome European Jews who chose to emigrate for safety reasons.
He has already asked the cabinet to back a multi-million dollar plan to absorb new immigrants from France and Belgium, where safety concerns rose after attacks on Jewish targets by Islamist militants, and from war-ravaged Ukraine.
After the shooting in Denmark, Moshe Kantor, the leader of the Brussels-based European Jewish Congress, said European governments weren't doing enough to protect their Jewish communities against militants.
The attack "demonstrates that defensive measures to protect the public, and the Jewish community in particular, are not enough," Mr Kantor told Bloomberg by email.
Two dead in Copenhagen terror attacks, police kill gunman. The Sydney Morning Herald. Investigator Joergen Skov told reporters the preliminary probe showed nothing that suggested there were other gunmen involved in the two earlier attacks.
The French ambassador to Denmark was also present at the event. The incident at the synagogue occurred shortly before 1 a. Dan Rosenberg Asmussen , president of the local Jewish community, told Danish television that around 80 people from the community had been gathered inside the Jewish community center for a Bat Mitzva celebration on Saturday night.
World Jewish Congress President Ronald S. Prime Minister: Cynical acts of violence Hours later a gunman opened fire at two police officers outside the synagogue — both were wounded in the arms and legs while a Jewish man, Dan Uzan, also a UCPH economics alumnus, received a head wound and later died.
Contact Uniavisen. About Uniavisen. The editorial team Advertising. Four were charged and three of them were convicted of attempted terrorism.
They were motivated by Islamic extremism and planned on detonating bombs in one or more locations in Denmark. The Danish Minister of Justice called the terrorist plot the most severe in the history of Denmark.
The two remaining, described as Islamic militants with ties to Al Qaeda, were convicted in of planning terrorism with the use of bombs.
In several raids they detained five men, who were described as militant islamists. Automatic weapons, together with ammunition and silencers, were seized by the police.
Two Somali brothers residing in Denmark were arrested in May on suspicion of preparing a terrorist attack and the elder was alleged to have undergone training by Al-Shabaab.
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Navigation menu Personal tools Not logged in Talk Contributions Create account Log in. Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history.Watch this powerful speech by the French Prime Minister, Manuel Valls, given Jan. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Copenhagen attacks. On 14—15 Februarythree separate shootings occurred in CopenhagenDenmark. Denmark's capital Copenhagen was hit by two terrorist attacks this weekend, one targeting the city's main synagogue. Dan Uzan, a year-old member of the Jewish community, was shot dead by a gunman outside the web-media-solution.com policemen were wounded. 2/15/ · Copenhagen police say they have shot dead the man they believe was behind two deadly attacks in the Danish capital hours earlier. On Saturday, a lone gunman opened fire at Krudttønden cafe in Copenhagen, which was hosting a free speech event, killing one man and wounding three police officers. "We feel certain now that it was a politically motivated attack, and thereby it was a terrorist attack," Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt said. Am und Februar kam es zu zwei islamistischen Anschlägen in Kopenhagen. Am Nachmittag des Februars wurde auf das Kulturzentrum Krudttønden im Kopenhagener Stadtteil Østerbro ein Anschlag verübt. Dabei wurden der dänische. Der Anschlag auf das Kulturzentrum Krudttønden (deutsch: „Das Pulverfass“) ereignete sich am Samstag, dem Februar Ein Täter eröffnete mit einer. Erst fallen Schüsse auf ein Kulturzentrum in Kopenhagen, dann wird eine Synagoge Ziel des Nach Terroranschlag in Kopenhagen - Trauer vor Synagoge. Der Terrorist Omar El-Hussein hatte im Februar zwei Menschen in Kopenhagen erschossen und mehrere verletzt. Seine mutmaßlichen. Danish police say they have arrested a suspect in Copenhagen in connection with a terrorist threat inspired by Islamic militancy. Copenhagen shootings - shooting attacks in Copenhagen beginning in the afternoon of 14 February at a public event called "Art, Blasphemy and Freedom of Expression" at Krudttønden cultural centre, followed by another at the Great Synagogue just after midnight (i.e., 15 February), and finally the killing of the perpetrator in the early morning by police. Two victims and the perpetrator were killed, while five police officers were wounded. COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) – Here is a timeline of events in the shootings that rocked Copenhagen this weekend. Two people were killed and five police officers wounded before the suspected gunman. On 14–15 February , three separate shootings occurred in Copenhagen, Denmark. In total, two victims and the perpetrator were killed, while five police officers were wounded. The first shooting took place on 14 February at a small public afternoon event called "Art, Blasphemy and Freedom of Expression" at the Krudttønden cultural centre, where an armed gunman killed one civilian who tried to stop him and wounded three police officers. 30 to 40 people attended the event, amongst whom. On April 30, , police in Copenhagen claimed to have foiled a terrorist plot. According to sources, the attempted terror attack had a “militant Islamic motive.” Danish police arrested a man who attempted to obtain firearms and ammunition to carry out several attacks. It is suspected that the perpetrator acted alone.