Sources: The Age
Sources: The Age
Germany says that it will deploy Patriot surface-to-air missile systems on the Poland–Ukraine border in order to protect Polish airspace. Polish Defense Minister Mariusz Błaszczak says that he has accepted the German proposal.
Germany announces the delivery of 50 ex-Bundeswehr Gepard anti-air tanks to Ukraine, the first heavy weaponry supplied by Germany since the start of the invasion.
Three people are killed and seven others are injured in a mass stabbing attack in Würzburg, Bavaria, Germany. A Somali man is arrested after being shot by police.
The Chaos Computer Club holds their 35th Chaos Communication Congress, a hacker convention, in Leipzig, Germany.
The documents include names of individuals and companies such as that of United States businessman and Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross, United Kingdom monarch Elizabeth II, Liberian president Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, former German chancellor Gerhard Schröder, Russian-Uzbek business magnate Alisher Usmanov, the social media companies Twitter and Facebook, and pop stars Bono and Madonna.
Facebook tells congressional investigators an operation, traced to a Russian company seeking to target voters, spent $100,000 on thousands of U.S. ads promoting divisive social and political messages during the 2016 U.S. election.
A planned refugee shelter is set on fire in Bautzen, German state of Saxony.
Shots are fired at the German ambassador's residence in Athens, Greece; no casualties are reported.
Facebook inadvertently disabled some users' accounts when a system designed to detect fake accounts malfunctioned. The problem has since been resolved.
Leaders from Germany, France and the United Kingdom hold an emergency meeting at the 2010 G-20 Seoul summit after panic selling of Irish debt spreads to Spain and Portugal.