More details are emerging about the gunman who entered a German school Wednesday, killing several students and teachers.
Flags are now flying at half staff, and there is a growing memorial at the school to remember the victims.
Mar 12, 2009
A dramatic rescue operation ends in a tragedy, as Israeli commandoes accidentally drop injured an injured man from a helicopter after evacuating him from a minefield.
The Israeli Air Force is investigating what caused the accident.
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Subotica open air market market, made famous for its black market deals during the 1990s Balkan wars, is booming again as cash-strapped Serbians hunt for deals during the economic crisis.
Back in the 1990's thousands of Serbians travelled to Subotica, 200 kilometres north of Belgrade, to buy cheap Hungarian-made food and other consumer goods at discount prices.
Trading gradually died down after the ousting of former President Slobodan Milosevic in 2000, after which Serbia embarked on a path to economic recovery.
Then late last year the global credit crunch hit Serbia and Montenegro, sending food prices and unemployment soaring.
Now Subotica market is back in business.