Austrian teen

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Get all the sports news you need, direct to your inbox. By subscribing, you are agreeing to Yahoo's Terms and Privacy Policy. Upper Austria police said the teenager had attempted to fire a "ball bomb" from inside a metal tube when it exploded, inflicting serious head injuries. He was taken to a hospital in the town of Ried, but later died. Authorities in the Netherlands also said two people died in separate fireworks-related incidents overnight. Police in the eastern town of Enschede said officers found a man apparently killed by a fireworks explosion lying on the street shortly after midnight.

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The year-old sustained fatal head injuries while he attempted to light the fuse, which malfunctioned and exploded at a party in Eberschwang in Upper Austria. Police said they have launched an investigation to determine the origin of the device, which may not have been obtained legally. Across Austria, around a dozen people were wounded in firework-related mishaps, according to officials. Saturday, October 03, Columns Photogenic.
Sabina Selimovic c. Their actions drew substantial media commentary due to the ongoing media reports of en masse barbarity that the Islamic State forces were engaging in, and raised questions as to why people of European extraction would be drawn to such an entity. Selimovic and Kesinovic were born in Austria to Bosniak immigrants who had fled the Bosnian War in the s. Both girls were residents with their families in stable homes in Vienna , and are believed to have become interested in the Islamic State after watching its broadcast propaganda on the Internet , and through their attendance at a mosque in Vienna. In April , the pair left their homes in Vienna illicitly, without telling their families of their intentions, [4] leaving a note for their parents stating: "Don't look for us.