This undated photo from Al-Nabaa, an online magazine of the Islamic State group, shows Mohammad Daleel in an article published on July 26, 2016. The weekly magazine claimed Daleel, who went to Germany as an asylum-seeker, had fought both in Iraq and Syria with a branch of al-Qaida and the IS group. Al-Nabaa described how Daleel, a 27-year-old Syrian, blew himself up at a bar in the southern German town of Ansbach spent months planning the attack, once even hiding his home-made bomb in his room moments before a police raid.
This undated photo from Al-Nabaa, an online magazine of the Islamic State group, shows Mohammad Daleel in an article published on July 26, 2016. The weekly magazine claimed Daleel, who went to Germany as an asylum-seeker, had fought both in Iraq and Syria with a branch of al-Qaida and the IS group. Al-Nabaa described how Daleel, a 27-year-old Syrian, blew himself up at a bar in the southern German town of Ansbach spent months planning the attack, once even hiding his home-made bomb in his room moments before a police raid. Al-Nabaa AP
This undated photo from Al-Nabaa, an online magazine of the Islamic State group, shows Mohammad Daleel in an article published on July 26, 2016. The weekly magazine claimed Daleel, who went to Germany as an asylum-seeker, had fought both in Iraq and Syria with a branch of al-Qaida and the IS group. Al-Nabaa described how Daleel, a 27-year-old Syrian, blew himself up at a bar in the southern German town of Ansbach spent months planning the attack, once even hiding his home-made bomb in his room moments before a police raid. Al-Nabaa AP

German bomber got online instructions from Middle East, police say

July 28, 2016 5:21 PM