A placard with a verse from the Koran reading “Whoever kills a human being, it is as though he had killed all mankind …” during a vigil outside the Austrian embassy in Berlin on Friday. Photo: AFP A placard with a verse from the Koran reading “Whoever kills a human being, it is as though he had killed all mankind …” during a vigil outside the Austrian embassy in Berlin on Friday. Photo: AFP
A placard with a verse from the Koran reading “Whoever kills a human being, it is as though he had killed all mankind …” during a vigil outside the Austrian embassy in Berlin on Friday. Photo: AFP
Terrorism

Vienna anti-terror chief Erich Zwettler suspended over security lapses after jihadist attack

  • Gunman Kujtim Fejzulai had been in contact with people who had been on the radar of the German intelligence agencies
  • Attacker had previously been jailed in Austria for a terror offence

Topic |   Terrorism
A placard with a verse from the Koran reading “Whoever kills a human being, it is as though he had killed all mankind …” during a vigil outside the Austrian embassy in Berlin on Friday. Photo: AFP A placard with a verse from the Koran reading “Whoever kills a human being, it is as though he had killed all mankind …” during a vigil outside the Austrian embassy in Berlin on Friday. Photo: AFP
A placard with a verse from the Koran reading “Whoever kills a human being, it is as though he had killed all mankind …” during a vigil outside the Austrian embassy in Berlin on Friday. Photo: AFP
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