A Policewoman was amongst a number of people injured in a shooting at a railway station in Munich, Germany. Officers were called to the scene of an altercation which involved some passengers on a train. A police source stated the the incident was not terror related.
A source added, the suspect "was motivated by personal reason. There is no political or religious background here". During the alteration, the suspect pushed the police officers and he tried to push them onto the train tracks. He pushed a female officer and then grabbed her gun discharging several shot including one to the officer's head. A number of other people injured.
The officer's injury was described as life threatening but she is in a stable condition in hospital. The other people who sustained injuries which are described as less serious. Police spokesperson , Micheal Riehlein said there was no danger to the public as the area has been secured.
Theresa May apologised to her back bench MP's. Theresa May is quoted as telling Tory MPs: "I got us into his mess, I'm the one who will get us out of it" The Prime Minister apologised as she faced the backbench 1922 committee for the first time since the election result
Speaking to backbenchers, the PM said she would serve as "long as you want me to do". A senior backbencher saidthat she had appeared "contrite and genuine but not on her knees". The Queen's Speech will probably be delayed as talks with the Democratic Unionist Party continue on the best arrangement to form a government.
A senior minister has said he was "optimistic" that the Conservatives and Democratic Unionists will reach an agreement in the coming days to allow a proposed Tory minority government get its plans for the year ahead through the Commons, possibly as early as next Monday.
At least five people were killed and 14 wounded in crossfire between two groups of government soldiers on Friday when fighting broke out during the distribution of relief food in Baidoa, Somalia. The incident occurred in the afternoon at a site where food aid was being distributed to people displaced by drought earlier this year.
Witnesses said the displaced people were caught up in the crossfire as they lined up for food but police officials assured that the case is being followed up and investigated. Somalia is slowly recovering from drought, potentially reducing the risk that the Horn of Africa nation plunges into famine.
The drought had led to some 6.2 million people, about half the country’s population, requiring food aid.