Police officers secure a former hotel where a Syrian man lived before he blew himself in Ansbach, Germany. Bavaria's top security official says the man was a 27-year-old Syrian who’d been denied asylum.
Police officers secure a former hotel where a Syrian man lived before he blew himself in Ansbach, Germany. Bavaria's top security official says the man was a 27-year-old Syrian who’d been denied asylum. Matthias Schrader AP
Police officers secure a former hotel where a Syrian man lived before he blew himself in Ansbach, Germany. Bavaria's top security official says the man was a 27-year-old Syrian who’d been denied asylum. Matthias Schrader AP

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