First photo of suspected Halle ‘NAZI’ killer who live-streamed shooting spree on Twitch
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World News Briefing: Germany, Turkey, Syria and Mexico make today’s headlines

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In today’s briefing update, a picture of the suspected Halle ‘Nazi’ killer who live-streamed the attack on Twitch has been published.

Turkey has begun its ground offensive in northeastern Syria, hours after its fighter jet bombardment of the border region.

11 people have been arrested after a major in Mexico was beaten and dragged through the streets.

 ALL in today’s WORLD news briefing – A daily roundup of all the news headlines that you need to know, summarised as part of WTX News Briefing.

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FIRST PHOTO OF SUSPECTED HALLE ‘NAZI’ KILLER WHO LIVE-STREAMED SHOOTING SPREE ON TWITCH

RT News says a gunman who killed two people in Halle, Germany reportedly used anti-Semitic statements and neo-Nazi slogans. According to media reports, the attack was broadcast on the live-streaming site Twitch.

The gunman has beenFirst photo of suspected Halle ‘NAZI’ killer who live-streamed shooting spree on Twitch identified as Stephan Balliet. He said feminism was responsible for Western countries’ declining birth rates, which are then used as an excuse for mass immigration. And said Jews are “the root of all problems.”

During the 35-minute long video, Balliet said he was a Holocaust denier. He fired at people in a kebab shop and was seeking to break into a synagogue. 

Follow the story on WTX News and on RT News

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TURKEY BEGINS GROUND OFFENSIVE IN NORTHEASTERN SYRIA

Aljazeera News reports Turkish forces began a ground offensive in northeastern Syria hours after fighter jets Turkey begins ground offensive in northeastern Syria bombarded the border region as Ankara finally unleashed a long-threatened assault on the Kurdish-held territory.

Turkey’s defence ministry has confirmed troops have crossed into bordering Syria east of the Euphrates River alongside allied Syrian rebels. Turkish forces claim their military had hit 181 “terrorist positions” during the initial fighter jet bombardment.

On Wednesday, the Turkish President said Ankara’s goal was to “prevent the creation of a terror corridor across our southern border and to bring peace to the area.”

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Read the full story on Aljazeera

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MEXICO MAYOR TIED TO TRUCK, DRAGGED THROUGH STREETS AMID REPORTED ANGER OVER UNFULFILLED CAMPAIGN PROMISE

Fox News says eleven people were arrested in southern Mexico after the mayor of their village was dragged out of his Mexico mayor tied to truck, dragged through streets amid reported anger over unfulfilled campaign promiseoffice, beaten and then tied to a pickup truck and dragged through the streets. It is reported, the angry group of farmers were demanding the mayor build a road he had promised during his campaign.

In a video taken by bystanders, the men pulled the mayor out of the building and forced him into the back of a truck. And surveillance footage shows the mayor being dragged through the streets from the back of the truck. The incident sparked a brawl between locals and police and resulted in 20 people being injured and eleven arrests. 

Read the full story on Fox News

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