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The number of people killed as a result of the stampede in Germany's Love Parade at the weekend has risen to 20, police have said. Haunting outlines mark the spot where victims of the stampede lay The increase came after a woman hurt in the crush ...
Moreover Silicon Valley
Hundreds of people have protested outside city hall in Duisburg, Germany as anger grew over the Love Parade disaster in which 21 people died...Adolf Sauerland, who is under pressure to resign following Saturday's tragedy...The crowd later observed a...
The Jakarta Post
Follow us on World Pope Benedict XVI has expressed his profound sadness over the deaths of young revelers at his native Germany's annual techno music festival. Benedict said Sunday he was praying for the young people who were crushed during a...
International Business Times
The photographs of Duisburg Mayor Adolf Sauerland and "Love Parade" organizer Rainer Schaller hang on a gallow while the national flag of Germany hangs at half-mast outside the city hall of Duisburg July 29, 2010. About 200 demonstrated outside the...
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
ET Police officers enter a tunnel after a stampede at the Love Parade techno music festival in Duisburg, Germany, on July 24. (Michael Sohn/Associated Press) Another victim of last weekend's Love Parade crush in Duisburg, Germany, has succumbed to...
A placard with words ''Love Parade'' changed to ''Death Parade'' is pictured in Duisburg July 28, 2010, near the site where 21 techno festival goers died in a stampede on Saturday. The Love Parade death toll rose by one to 21 on Wednesday as Germans,...